NPLD for Site Managers

National Public Lands Day: Connecting to Nature through Service

Site managers are at the heart of National Public Lands Day (NPLD). They are the boots on the ground that are responsible for hosting NPLD events and overseeing everything from event planning and execution to post-event wrap-up.

The National Environmental Education Foundation is here to support new and returning NPLD Site Managers. Below you will find resources designed to help NPLD Site Managers register, plan, and promote their event.

Thanks for your interest in serving as a NPLD Site Manager. Together, we can make this year one of the biggest and best celebrations of public lands to date.  

Circle Saturday, September 28, on your calendar and let’s get going!

Resources & Information
NEEF Event Locator Map

Find Your Event

Use our interactive map to find your registered NPLD event.
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Volunteers at a Humboldt Park, Chicago for NPLD

NPLD Site Managers Manual

This manual supports new and returning site managers in planning and executing a successful NPLD event.
Check It Out
Group picture of the volunteers at the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens NPLD Event in 2016

Site Manager Promotional Toolkit

Check out our collection of promotional content including photos, badges, graphics, and more!
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Woodsy Owl and volunteers at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens

Highlighted Sites Winners

See which sites were chosen as the 2019 Highlighted Sites.
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NPLD Hubs
Plum Beach tire clean-up

National Public Lands Day

Mark your calendar for NPLD this year: Saturday, September 28, 2019!
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NPLD volunteers at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens

NPLD for Volunteers

This hub serves as a repository for volunteers to find and participate in various NPLD events happening throughout the country.
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