Mount Rushmore

NPLD for Site Managers

The 25th Annual National Public Lands Day is happening on September 22, 2018!

Mark September 22 on your calendar and make plans to head to your favorite outdoor spot as NEEF gets set to celebrate the 25th annual National Public Lands Day, sponsored by Toyota. No matter what is happening in the world, on National Public Lands Day, outdoor enthusiasts turn out in droves to give back to and enjoy their favorite outdoor places. This enduring support and commitment to public lands year after year inspired NEEF to focus National Public Lands Day 2018 on resilience and restoration.

This hub serves as a repository for site managers to register, develop, and promote their events. Work with NEEF and other NPLD partners to help make your event the most memorable yet.

Resources & Information
NEEF Event Locator Map

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Use our interactive map to find an NPLD event near you.
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Silent City - Bryce Canyon

NPLD Site Manager Manual

The manual is now in a digestible, digital format and remains packed with the tools, documents, worksheets, resources, and other information.
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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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NEEF National Public Lands Day 25th Annual Celebration is September 22, 2018

National Public Lands Day

The 25th Annual National Public Lands Day is happening on September 22, 2018!
Lighthouse at Acadia National Park

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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NEEF offers a variety of grants and awards in order to support and highlight the great work being done across the nation at the local level.
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Chapter covers of the Environmental Literacy Report 2015

The Environmental Literacy Report

Environmental educators have an unprecedented opportunity to create a more environmentally literate citizenry.
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