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    The National Park Service is a United States federal government agency that manages all of the United States national parks and many national monuments. In addition to the parks and monuments the National Park Service manages other conservation and historical properties throughout the country. The National Park Service is tasked with preserving the historical and ecological integrity of the properties it is in charge of managing, as well as making sure these properties are available for full public

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    Since its creation in 1916, the National Park Service (NPS) has had to balance between its two goals, which are to preserve wilderness and nature and to provide the public with access to these wonders in a monitored environment. These two goals tend to create a conflict for the NPS because as soon as one goal is given more priority than the other, the administration of national parks is harshly criticized by the public. The accusation that by allowing people to experience the wilderness, the NPS

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    The National Park Service (NPS) is a federal bureau which falls under the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI). The NPS overseas 409 park units representing a total of 84 million acres across the 50 states, as well as the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, the Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. The agency is responsible for preserving twenty-three national scenic and historic trails, and 60 wild and scenic rivers, so all walks of life may be able to enjoy the educational and recreational

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    The National Parks Service has been working to ensure that America’s national parks are preserved and taken care of for years. In today's society the most people who go to our national parks are old, white people who have the time to go visit them. The rest of society is too busy, whether they are in school, at work, or just using new technology. Many believe that because the new generation is always on their phones that they do not care for national parks but that might not be the case. While the

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    The National Park Service was a huge and crucial stand in history because it started a new system of preserving land. This event was in 1916 but it carried on until now. It was established to protect beautiful landmarks such as the Grand Canyon and Yosemite National Park. This topic is important because these landmarks could have been destroyed. But, some industries such as oil and mining companies still don’t care if they are ruining the protected land. So, this is an important topic that affects

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    National Parks: Mammoth Cave Dedicated scientists and park administrators choose to preserve the Mammoth Cave, located in the heart of Kentucky, for its significance of being incontestably the vastest cave system the world has ever seen. With an area of fifty-two-thousand, eight-hundred and thirty acres, (that’s more than forty-thousand football fields!) the Mammoth Cave became a National Park on the first of July, in the year of 1941. This National Park was and is still being formed by limestone

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    National Parks Under threat

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    National Parks: Underthreat Our nations incredible 401 National Parks are some of the most iconic places on the face of the earth. From the Grand Canyon to the Great Smoky Mountains our nation's national parks are something we should be proud to have. Lately our National Parks have been under threat from both Environmental and Political issues both putting our National Parks at risk. We need preserve the National Parks for generations to come. The National Parks show the most amazing parts of this

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    and crops. Collisions of automobiles with deer in some areas of the country have increased to alarming levels. In some national parks, deer are a natural resource that may have to be managed. About 50 units in the National Park System in the eastern United States and in the Midwest have identified possible or potential conflicts between the management goals and objectives of parks and white-tailed deer. Density and Distribution of White-tailed Deer An estimated 23-40 million white-tailed deer

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    industrial tourism

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    predict the amplitude of the possible changes that can be made. This statement is also true for the United States agencies that contributed to managing natural resources and preserving the environment. Agencies such as the U.S. Forest service, The National Park Services (NPS), The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (BuRec), and the U.S. army corps of engineers (The Corps) all started with smaller objectives of public interests and ended up leading the protection of

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    salinas pueblo

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    Nuestra Señora de la Purísima Concepción, Quarai, Salinas Pueblo Missions National Historic Monument Mountainair, New Mexico About 60 miles southeast of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on the east side of the Manzano Mountains is the Salinas Valley, home to many peoples and cultures for hundreds of years. As early as the 10th century, Mogollon and Ancestral Puebloan groups established pueblos in the valley that served as major centers of trade between the people of the Rio Grande region and the Plains Indian

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