Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail

June: In Case You Missed It

June is one of the most exciting months of the year. The weather warms up, the kids get out of school, and, of course, summer starts! With all the excitement, it can be hard to keep up with everything that happens at the National Park Foundation.

But don’t worry! We’ve got your recap for June, just in case you missed it:

Celebrating Father’s Day In Your National Parks

For many of us, our fathers are responsible for first introducing us to the wonders of the National Park System. They led us on hikes through jaw-dropping natural landscapes. They walked with us through the hallowed grounds of our nation’s battlefields. They taught us about the diversity of cultures that together create our national identity.  

They instilled in us a lifelong adoration and passion for all these special places have to offer.

Q&A With NPS American Indian Services Specialist Otis Halfmoon

Having worked with the National Park Service for 25 years, Otis Halfmoon is a wealth of information. He’s the kind of person you could listen to for days on end and you’d still want to hear more. From battlefields and historic trails to recreation areas and international affairs, we recently chatted with Otis about his National Park Service career and the importance of national parks.

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