Our national parks have been hit hard in recent weeks.
Nearly seventy parks were damaged by Superstorm Sandy’s heavy winds, tidal surge, rain and snow. Roads have washed away, buildings damaged, ecosystems have been tragically impacted, and historic sites have been threatened. Last month, wildfires broke out in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado — burning about 670 acres. And now, looming federal budget cuts threaten critical funding our national parks need — especially in times of crisis.
The National Park Foundation is dedicated to helping our parks in the times, and ways, that they need it most. You can help. Please give me and help restore and support America’s treasured places – our national parks.
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The entrance to Morristown National Historical Park is blocked by debris from Superstorm Sandy.
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