WON Landing Page May 2021

National Park Week

The following blog is an excerpt from, National Park Week by the National Park Foundation.

We invite you to join us and make a difference for the national parks and programs you love. Whether you give, share, join, or do all three, we’re grateful that you are part of the park community!

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Porch of birth home at Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park (Katie Bricker Photography)

With over 400 national parks across the country, National Park Week is a great time to #FindYourPark (o major dicho, #EncuentraTuParque), #RecreateResponsibly, and show our treasured national parks that you care. The National Park Foundation is proud to protect wildlife and park lands, preserve history and culture, educate and engage youth, and connect people everywhere to the wonder of parks

Stay Connected with Us

During National Park Week and all year long, follow NPF on social media and online for the latest park news and updates. Follow us on FacebookTwitterLinkedIn, and Instagram and sign up for our email newsletters for the latest tips, ideas, and news from NPF and the parks. 

Join Our Twitter Chat

The National Park Foundation will host #ParkChat on Twitter on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 9 p.m. ET. All park lovers are welcome to share their favorite memories, tips, and stories about national parks using #NationalParkWeek and #ParkChat. 

Get Stuck on National Parks

When posting photos to Instagram Stories, search for “National Park Week” or “National Park Foundation” in the stickers search bar to find brand new national park-themed digital stickers, the perfect companion when sharing national park memories.

April 17: Park RX Day

Being outdoors supports wellness in a number of ways, making you stronger, happier, healthier, and more productive.  Enjoy some fresh air and reflect on the ways you can take care of the parks as much as they take care of you. Discover NPF programs that are helping parks be more resilient and sustainable, as well as those that contribute to landscape and wildlife conservation.  

Continue reading, National Park Week by the National Park Foundation here.

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