Parks Project's mission is to protect and preserve our parklands for generations to come by educating, advocating, volunteering, and activating park supporters around the country to get involved in conservation.
To date, Parks Project has donated over $1.4m in order to help fund vital projects in parks, paying it forward so we can leave it better than we found it.
The parks will outlast us, so educating and inspiring the next generation of Park visitors, advocates, and guardians is crucial!
(Pictured: Removing invasive plant species at volunteer event in Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve.)
Park ecosystems rely on diverse and abundant wildlife, and conservation projects help to protect at-risk species.
(Pictured: Bighorn Sheep in Badlands National Park.)
Our parks are more popular than ever, and visitor programs are a crucial means of helping people experience and connect with the parks.
(Pictured: Trail maintenance in Yosemite National Park.)
Park ecosystems are often fragile and human impact can threaten the balance. Restoration projects help to undo past damage and prevent more in the future.
(Pictured: Documenting Joshua Trees for climate research.)
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