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PARK SERVICE FORBIDS OFF-DUTY STAFF FROM WRITING ABOUT WORK ISSUES WITHOUT APPROVAL

by Susan Sargent | September 23, 2002
Washington, DC – The National Park Service (NPS) has forbidden staff from privately publishing material on any work-related topic without approval from the agency, according to a directive released today by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER).Today PEER sent a ...

CONSERVATION GROUPS PETITION SECRETARY NORTON AND NPS

by Susan Sargent | June 20, 2002
Need To Regulate Hunting in Mojave National Preserve ...

CONSERVATIONISTS FILE LAWSUIT TO PROTECT CUMBERLAND ISLAND WILDERNESS IN GEORGIA

by Susan Sargent | February 5, 2002
Motorized Vehicle Tours Violate Wilderness Designation ...

YELLOWSTONE WHISTLEBLOWER CASE SETTLED

by Susan Sargent | December 27, 2001
Gag Order Lifted for Backcountry Ranger ...

ELK HUNT CAUSING RISE IN GRIZZLY SHOOTINGS

by Susan Sargent | October 16, 2001
New Study Validates ...