Please Take This Short Survey On National Parks Traveler

Old Faithful

Old Faithful at Upper Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park
(Click the image to take the survey)

Hey folks, if you follow my blog posts, you know the majority of images I post are of national parks. You also know I’m a contributing photographer and editor to the National Parks Traveler, a nonprofit media site reporting on a daily basis about our national parks, national memorials, national seashores, national recreation areas, national historic sites and other protected public lands.

The Traveler has published a short survey they would like you to take, if you love reading about your favorite national parks and public lands and staying up to date on news about those lands.

In the Traveler’s own words:

“As the Internet’s only editorially independent, nonprofit news organization dedicated to covering national parks and protected areas, National Parks Traveler (NPT) produces over 1,250 stories for the public for free each year in hopes of educating, informing and stimulating important discussion and debate about how the U.S. National Park System, national parks and protected areas worldwide are managed.

As a newly established nonprofit organization, our work is funded solely by private donations and small grants. However, with 1.5 million readers world-wide, a social media footprint of more than 300,000, and an annual growth rate of roughly 9.5%, the time has come for us to take our operations and organizational maturity to the next level.

In 2019, we hope to build infrastructure and enhance our data capturing systems, so we can more effectively deliver our mission and produce a stronger community impact by increasing the quantity, quality and ethical standards of investigative reporting and watchdog journalism for national parks and protected areas.”

To take the survey, click on the image at the top.

And, Thanks!

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