Women in Science Stories

3 photos of women in the field. Text reads Dare to imagine: women in conservation

Dare to Imagine...

Explore the stories of these trailblazing women that continue to shape park service conservation.

Celebrate the diversity of women, give a voice to underrepresented groups, and redefine what a scientist looks like!

These stories are part of the Dare to Imagine project, an Innovation and Impact grant funded by the National Park Foundation through their
Women In Parks initiative. This grant supports projects and programs that help the National Park Service share a more comprehensive American narrative. This narrative includes the voices of women whose vision, tenacity, and resilience moved them to climb mountains, take down barriers, shape history, protect the environment, and lead social movements.

 
graphic with green background. photo of young woman. text reads Eryn Campbell, project manager

Article Series

Read the stories of trailblazing women in conservation.

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Video Series

Watch our videos that highlight the diversity of courageous and trailblazing women in the park service.

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Data Stories

Scroll through interactive data visualizations to learn how trailblazing women in the park service use science to conserve public lands.

Last updated: March 10, 2021