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08.08.2007 Rick Potts Appointed NPS Chief of Conservation and Outdoor Recreation

08.06.2007 Diane Chalfant Named as Assistant Associate Director for Visitor Experience

08.02.2007 Bomar testifies before House and Senate panels

07.26.2007 Historic Preservation Grants Awarded by the National Park Service to American Indian Tribes and Native Hawaiian Organizations

07.12.2007 National Park Service Mourns “Lady Bird” Johnson Strong Advocate for Conservation and National Parks

06.27.2007 National Park Service Announces Battlefield Preservation Grants for 2007

06.26.2007 National Park Service Web Site Launches Multimedia Presentation About the Korean War

06.18.2007 Celebrate Independence in America’s National Parks

06.11.2007 Beaches and Underwater Attractions Beckon Visitors to National Parks

06.05.2007 National Park Service Loses a Champion Senator Craig Thomas Mourned by National Park Service

05.24.2007 Cape Cod Dune Shacks found not to meet criteria for recognition

05.03.2007 National Park Service Honors Outstanding Volunteers

05.01.2007 Award Winning Preservation Website Available to All During the Month of May

05.01.2007 2007 Harry Yount National Park Ranger Award Recipient Named
Chief Ranger Gordon Wissinger Honored as Top Ranger for 2006

04.30.2007 National Park Service Announces 391st Unit
Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site

04.24.2007 National Parks Offer Good Old Fashioned Fun for Visitors

04.23.2007 Secretary Kempthorne Encourages All Americans to Celebrate National Park Week
National Park Week runs from April 22, 2007 – April 29, 2007 with events at national parks across the country

04.23.2007 Secretary Kempthorne Creates Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site New Historic Site is the Nation’s 391st National Park Unit

04.23.2007 National Park Service Specialists Target Exotic Mussels

04.20.2007 Afghan Visitors Ponder Pitfalls and Perils of Preservation with NPS Staff

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