If you did not have the opportunity to register and tune in to the National Parks Traveler’s May webinar interviewing brothers Jonathan and Destry Jarvis, two elder statesmen who have been involved with national parks conservation / environmentalism / politics for a combined 90 years, then you have the chance now to watch the recorded webinar at your leisure.
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Image of a sunrise and sunbeams over Arches National Park, copyright Rebecca L. Latson, all rights reserved.
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If you didn’t have the opportunity to sign up for the National Parks Traveler’s first-ever monthly webinar back in April, you now have the chance to sign up for the May webinar. This one features Jonathan and Destry Jarvis, brothers who have been fighting for the national parks for 50 years. You may remember Jonathan Jarvis as the 18th National Park Service Director during the Obama administration. They discuss why they are advocating for a National Park Service “freed from the Department of the Interior” and set up as an independent government agency similar to the Smithsonian. They also discuss the upcoming release of their new book.
To register for this webinar, click on the image above to be taken to the Traveler article with the registration link.
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99.9% of my images are captured in national parks. I contribute photos and articles about National Park System units to the National Parks Traveler. So the latest Traveler’s View is definitely worth a read.
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Enjoying the view at Bryce Point in Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah
What do you do when you aren’t near a national park but you are dreaming of a park’s gorgeous landscape, amazing skies, and fresh air? You take a virtual tour!
Published yesterday is an article I wrote for the National Parks Traveler about virtual tours available online by the National Park Service, with lots of links for you to use and tours to take without ever leaving your home.
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