Association Of Partners For Public Lands


Association Of Partners For Public Lands
Association Of Partners For Public Lands is listed in the Training Program Design & Development category in Silver Spring, Maryland. Displayed below are the social networks for Association Of Partners For Public Lands which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Association Of Partners For Public Lands on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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2401 Blueridge Ave
Silver Spring, MD 20902
(301) 946-9475
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Thanks @MojaveMax!…

#Publicland #nonprofits, don't miss our April events!…

RT @YoseConservancy: Your gifts support restoration work to improve #Yosemite trails & protect surrounding habitat:

Thank you @senrobportman and @MarkWarner for introducing the @NatlParkService Legacy Act of 2017.…

The Public Lands Alliance applauds Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) and Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) for introducing the National Park Service Legacy Act of 2017. This bipartisan legislation seeks to remedy the $12 billion maintenance backlog at the National Park Service, including crumbling visitor centers, trails and historic structures.

Small #publiclands #nonprofits -- our next web chat is just for you! Join us April 5 online. Learn more @…

Calling all public land nonprofits with little to no staff: our next web chat is just for you! Join our "Small but Mighty" web chat on April 5 to hear from like-minded nonprofits, discuss your unique challenges and talk about solutions for your organization. Pre-registration is required. Click the link to learn more. #partnerships #nonprofits #publiclands
Based on the success of last year's web chat, we're bringing back our online roundtable that centers on unique challenges facing small public land nonprofits.

Public Lands Alliance shared Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association's post.
Planning a trip to the Eastern Sierra's this year? Be sure to stop by an Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association bookstore in California and Nevada! Proceeds benefit Forest Service sites in the area. #summerplans
As the snow begins to melt, we would encourage everyone to visit any one of ESIA's bookstores located at the Eastern Sierra Interagency Visitor Center, White Mountain Ranger station, Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center, Bridgeport Ranger Station, Tonopah Ranger District, Carson City Ranger Station, Sparks Supervisor Office, Austin Ranger Station and US Forest Service, Truckee Ranger District Office. Great merchandise and great prices! Proceeds are used to help support U.S. Forest Service - Inyo National Forest, U.S. Forest Service-Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, and the Tahoe National Forest.

Public Lands Alliance shared Friends of Black Rock / High Rock's post.
Wow -- take a look at the Black Rock Desert right now. Due to heavy rains in January and February in Nevada, the desert is underwater. Thanks to Friends of Black Rock / High Rock for sharing images of this unique time for the desert.
Piyush Bakane shared with us these photos of his trip to Black Rock Lake this past weekend. It is a treat to be able to experience the playa with this much moisture well into the spring months.

Congratulations on your 20th year, Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation! Thanks for raising more than $12 million since 1997 to support the parkway and to help educate visitors.
Twenty years ago, the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation started as a simple idea: Give the people who care deeply for the Blue Ridge Parkway the power to protect and guide its future. Whether they cherished the trails, overlooks, ties to mountain history and culture, wildlife, or just the drive itself,…