Conservation

NPLD for Site Managers

Register your event and find the tools you need to organize and promote it

NPLD event hosts, or Site Managers, are at the heart of every successful National Public Lands Day (NPLD) event.  From planning to execution and post-event wrap-up, the National Environmental Education Foundation is here to help you every step of the way. Sign up and register your NPLD event now, and access our resources to ensure a successful celebration. 

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Find Your NPLD Event

Browse NPLD Locations In Your Area

Use our interactive map to find your registered NPLD event. Get inspired by volunteer events around the country.

NPLD Guides and Toolkits

Support for event planning, community engagement, and outreach.

NPLD Site Manager Guide

This guide supports new and returning site managers in planning and executing successful NPLD events.

NPLD Promotional Toolkit

We help you spread the word to draw in volunteers of all ages from your community and engage your local media.

NPLD iNaturalist Project

Take part in NEEF's NPLD BioBlitz with the iNaturalist app at your NPLD event.

Guide to Indigenous Land Acknowledgement for Events

Part of the Nature for All webinar series, this webinar with the USDAC focuses on the history and practice of...

Public Lands Engagement Guides

NEEF's engagement guides cover key strategies for planning and executing successful environmental education...

Invasive Species Activity for NPLD

Invasive species of plants are found in every part of the country. For many National Public Lands Day events...

Spread the Word: Promoting Your NPLD Event

In this webinar, our expert panelists share tips and best practices to understand the most effective...

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Webinar Recording

Recruiting and Engaging Volunteers for National Public Lands Day Events: Strategies for Success

Our experts from Texas A&M University, BLM, and Saguaro Park discuss effective strategies for recruiting and engaging volunteers for National Public Lands Day events.

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Your Questions Answered
National Public Lands Day FAQ

Who participates in NPLD? How can I register my event? Get your questions answered.

NPLD Webinars

Whether it's your first or 30th time holding an NPLD event, these webinars will help you plan, execute, promote, and find new audiences for your celebration.

Spread the Word: Promoting Your NPLD Event

In this webinar, our expert panelists share tips and best practices to understand the most effective...

More Than a Clean Up: Adding Variety to Your NPLD Event

In this webinar, you'll get tips on how to incorporate other stewardship activities into your NPLD event -...

Giving Back Together: A Refresher

In this webinar, we’ll share some tips, tricks, and suggestions for holding a successful NPLD event and...

Engaging Spanish-speaking Communities in the Outdoors

Part of the Nature for All Webinar Series, Felipe Benitez, Executive Director & Founder of Corazón Latino...

Engaging Disability Communities with Disabled & Outdoors

Part of the Nature for All webinar series, Co-Founder of Disabled & Outdoors, Ambika Rajyagor, discussed...

Guide to Indigenous Land Acknowledgement for Events

Part of the Nature for All webinar series, this webinar with the USDAC focuses on the history and practice of...