Preserving the most inspiring places and species in this country is such an honorable intention. I have very limited funds with which to make charitable contributions. NPCA is one of the few large nonprofits with the values that qualify.
NPCA defends and assists the mission of the National Parks system, and publish an interesting magazine as well.
Organizations like NPCA mean the world to me right now. Our nation's most sacred places are in dire threat. NPCA is fighting to protect the irreplaceable with advocacy and action. As a resident of the borderlands, I am especially grateful to them for their work on shedding light on the heart breakingly devastating destruction to 6 of our nation's protected areas that are being destroyed by the brash and unethical border wall construction. They are working on the ground and revealing what we stand to lose.
Very good organization that is devoted to preserving and enhancing the great natural resources that are available in this great country.
My husband and I are avid fans of the National Park System which spans hundreds of locations around the country. In part, we depend on this organization to keep us informed as well as advocate for the NPS.
This is easily one of my favorite organizations to donate to and be apart of. They do great work and continue to not only protect our national parks, but do whatever they can to make sure they continue to be the great places they are.
After the tragedy of 9-11, we decided to stay in our beautiful country and witness it's beauty. We bus toured with Trafalgar, the Southwest United States. We visited the Grand Canyon, Bryce, Zion and Muir Woods. Then cancer struck and to celebrate a full recovery we toured the Northwest United States visiting the Badlands, Mt. Rushmore, the Grand Tetons, Crazy Horse and Yellowstone. I have become the biggest fan of the National Park System. We then cruised to Alaska and visited Denali. I'm hoping that technology and climate change doesn't erode the nature of the parks, so that my 8 grandchildren can someday enjoy them as much as we did.
NPCA is doing a great job in persevering our National Parks and educating the communities world wide the importance of our parks and its beauty.
The NPCA’s courage, skill, tenacity and dedication to public lands is all that the Trump administration is not. The writing and photography in their magazine is top notch. They are not afraid to confront controversial issues and their lobbying efforts have provided some welcome success stories. They are the best allies of the true public servants who believe in the stated mission of the National Park Service. Since 2003 I have volunteered nearly 3500 hours at the National Park near my home.
I'm very happy hearing from NPCA. I love reading the magazine & the articles I get by email as well. I even share the magazine with my sister who is a middle school teacher.
The NPCA balances the historical past with concern for the future of our National Parks. Dissemination of information is particular critical during this administration which seeks to tear down previous conservation advances. I would like to see the NPCA magazine in every public and school library in the nation.
We are so blessed in this country to have such beautiful parks and we need to continue to support them. We don't want our parks closing down so we need to support.
We have been National Parks Conservation Association members for years. We have always enjoyed their magazine and outreach on current park issues. NPCA has been a consistent and strong advocate for America's national parks. As a retired NPS employee of 37 years I can testify to their unwavering support of park protection. At times when the individual parks or NPS was unable to take action against some issue, NPCA was there to support them. They are not afraid to address critical issues threatening parks and lack of funding. Since retirement nearly 4 years ago, I was asked to join the NPCA Northwest Regional Council to assist in their efforts.
I have visited over 20 national parks in California, Utah, Washington State, Colorado, Wyoming and Montana. They are a treasure beyond description - everyone who visits is enriched. It doesn't happen without funding - everything from maintaining bathrooms to fantastic ranger-led walks and hikes takes money. We need to support and protect our national parks - now more than ever.
NPCA does an excellent job of promoting and protecting our national parks. Outstanding publications and advocacy.
I love to visit National Parks (wherever they may be). You can go near and far and always find one. Form sea to sea - they are available to spend time and inhale the beauties of nature. What a wonderful world we leave our generations. I live near Philadelphia and it is very convenient just to stop in and visit anywhere in the historical section. What a pleasure to show our visitors.