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Park Service Director Reflects on Decades of Protecting US Treasures

Every year, more than 300 million people from around the world visit America’s national parks. They come to see stunning landscapes like the Grand Canyon and Yosemite, walk among ancient sequoia trees and watch wolves, bison and bears in their natural habitats. These national treasures, along with thousands of historic buildings, presidential homes, monuments and Civil War battlefields, are found in every state of the union, spread over 32 million hectares from Guam to the Virgin...

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