Lessons for National Parks

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  • Dancing Water - … human impact is in Yellowstone National Park? (Include effects of tourists, scientists, naturalists, park rangers, employees working at the park, etc.See note with … Invite a park ranger from the Shenandoah National Park to visit to discuss human impact on the park. Invite someone familiar with Yellowstone National Park to present a first-hand narrative. Shenandoah National Park
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  • Let's Go Camping! - … necessities for survival. identify National Parks Rules and regulations and the need for them. identify the natural resources in National Parks. define stewardship and … used by the National Parks to remind campers and hikers to be responsible citizens for the common good while in National Park areas. Bibliographical References: Rocky Mountain Wilderness National Park http://www.nps.gov/romo/ Add't …
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  • Editorial Contest Winner | National Parks: Ecology and Economy - … National Park. Since the days of Theodore Roosevelt, national parks have been essential to American wildlife conservation. The millions of acres that comprise these parks … a few parks. National parks benefit humans as well. They attract tourists, and tourism is excellent for local economies. The presence of national parks - and … dream of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Park come true, but the creation of other national parks should be encouraged whenever possible. Works …
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  • Galapagos National Park Rules - the Galapagos Islands - … of the Galapagos National Park using the Internet or other library media. Students may wish to find out whether parks in their community … , links, specific information about the islands, issues, references, climate, and National Park Rules. International Galapagos Tour Operators Association. (1-10-98). Issues … any, please advise the National Park Service. 11. Do not visit the islands unless accompanied by a licensed National Park guide. And follow his …
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  • Cave Dwelling - … formation of the U.S. National Park Service. What debates and key players surrounded the formation of the Park Service? What is the difference between preservation and conservation? What were the original goals for the National Park Service? Have the National Park Service's mission and goals changed over the last 100 year? Research the history of the State Park
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  • Ecotourism in National Parks and Wilderness - … national park or wild area near you and develop a plan for ecotourism. Content Standards Related National Standards: This lesson addresses the following National … their tours to the class. Related Web Sites: National Park Service National Wilderness Preservation System National Forest Service Suggested Assessment The following scoring guide … " New Pressures on Canyonlands National Park The popularity of Canyonlands National Park threatens the fragile ecosystem and environment that the park was designed to protect …
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  • Sing Away Songs - … a song. Objectives: Students will: Research Bryce Canyon National Park to learn about the Park's geologic features, recreational activities, and scenery. Write … Bryce Canyon National Park. Ask if anyone has been to any of these. If someone has, ask them to describe the Park to … Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks World-Wide Research & Publishing Co., 1972, A Photographic and Comprehensive Guide to Zion & Bryce National Parks
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  • Oak View Football League - … , (no game) you will also travel to a national park. Upon arrival at the national park, you will research the questions in item #9 … . National Park Article: include items A-E in topic #9 below 9. Park Information: (Name of Park) A. Relative location: (describe where the park is … circle around the blue dot) B. National Park city -- green dot Write the city name AND the national park name 3. Key: Use the …
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  • Yellowstone: The World's First National Park - Yellowstone: The World's First National Park Yellowstone: The World's First National Park Lucretia Garfield: Economics, Discovery and Daily Life Skill: Elementary School … in his fourth term in Congress, the world's first National Park, Yellowstone National Park, came into existence, largely through the efforts of people … , for historical content). Sources & Resources: Websites: Yellowstone National Park Scavenger Hunt History of Yellowstone National Park Credits: This lesson was developed by Averil McClelland …
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  • The Middle Ground: American Indians, European Settlers and Colonial Arkansas - … Smith National Historic Site, Fort Smith, Arkansas Historic Arkansas Museum, Little Rock, Arkansas Hot Springs National Park, Hot Springs, Arkansas Louisiana Purchase State Park, south of Brinkley, Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources, Smackover, Arkansas Old Davidsonville State Park … Post National Memorial National Park Service 1741 Old Post Road Gillett, Arkansas 72055 (870) 548-2207 ARPO_Historian@nps.gov Arkansas Post Museum State Park
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