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Any current, retired or former salaried (GS, Wage System, Seasonal, Temporary, or SES) employee of the National Park Service can join the Coalition.

Member benefits include access to The Weekly National Park System Report (a newsletter produced by Bill Halainen on news and incidents occurring within the National Park System), opportunities for social and professional networking with other members, regular communications from the Executive Council regarding important NPS issues and potential opportunities to take action, and access to certain relevant paid or unpaid work details, both in this country and abroad. At this time, there is no fee to join nor regular dues. We rely on donations to fund our activities and communications.

Please consider making a donation of $75 along with your application, and renewing your membership annually with whatever you can afford to give. The Coalition is a non-profit 501 c 3 organization and donations are tax deductible.

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The Coalition To Protect America’s National Parks
5625 North Wilmot Road
Tucson, AZ 85750

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