Grand Teton Mountain Range, Wyoming
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National Public Lands Day 2016 Snapshot

Over 200,000 Participants; 2,600 Sites Across the Nation; $18 Million of Improvements in Federal, State, and Local Public Lands
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Grand Teton National Park - NPLD 2016

National Public Lands Day

Thousands of volunteers from across the country came together for National Public Lands Day, the nation's largest volunteer effort for public lands.
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I Love My Land National Video Contest Winners

1st Place

Hunter Reynolds featuring High Falls Park in Grove Oak, Alabama

2nd Place

Thomas Morton featuring Theodore Roosevelt National Park in Medora, North Dakota

3rd Place

Nick Leyva at Gateway National Recreation in Jamaica Bay, New York

What People Are Saying

"I am more aware of the natural habitat that surrounds my house because of the observations made by park rangers as we walked to and from our work site. It has made me keenly aware of the small creatures and plants that add to our ecosystem and what I need to do to protect them or not adversely affect them."

"It is great to see our Team Member's loved ones participating in NPLD, it is all about the kids."

"Volunteers from Salmon and Challis Idaho teamed up with the Forest Service and the Student Conservation Association to pull spotted knapweed and perform trail maintenance on the Burnt Creek Trail #4166. Located along the Salmon River in the Salmon-Challis National Forest, the Burnt Creek Trail is a multi-use single track trail offering access to a large network of trails along Highway 75 just south of Stanley. Eighteen volunteers spent the day cleaning our water-bars, removing overgrown vegetation, and pulling invasive weeds along the trail."

- Tim Carroll, Program Manager Idaho Corps, Student Conservation Association

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