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Comments on Moose-Wilson Corridor Preliminary Alternatives

We applaud the National Park Service for developing and presenting a clear set of goals and desired future conditions for the Moose-Wilson corridor. They effectively fulfill the essential step of defining the future for this corridor. Moreover, these goals and desired future conditions seem fully consistent with the laws and policies of the National Park Service.

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The Coalition to Secretary Jewell Regarding BLM Oil and Gas Leasing Near National Parks

For some time the CNPSR has tracked efforts by the Bureau of Land Management to move forward on a variety of oil and gas leasing projects near national park areas in Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. We are concerned that a consequence of some of these projects will be serious harm to the resource values for which many of these parks were established.

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NATIONAL PARK ADVOCACY GROUP ADDS 1,000th MEMBER, CAPPING A DECADE OF ADVOCACY FOR “AMERICA’S CROWN JEWELS”

Ford Administration NPS Director Gary Everhardt Joins Coalition of National Park Service Retirees; Group Played Vital Role in 2013 Sequestration/Government Shutdown Battle.  WASHINGTON, D.C.///May 21, 2014///From its humble beginnings as a group of just three former National Park Service (NPS) employees speaking out in 2003 against proposed cuts to national park budgets to a major advocacy organization representing a collective 30,000 years of NPS

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The Coalition Concerns About Language In Draft Legislation to Designate Colorado National Monument as National Park

A letter to The Honorable Mark Udall, Chairman, U.S. Senate Subcommittee on National Parks and The Honorable Scott Tipton, U.S. House of Representatives, expressing substantial concerns with the draft legislation redesignating Colorado National Monument as a “national park.” The draft legislation omits essential provisions that would assure preservation and enjoyment of the park’s resources and values, while including other provisions that would undermine long-term management and protection.

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