Dear Friend of the National Parks,
Memorial Day is the unofficial kick-off for summer and, for many of us, that means our families are heading to a national park for vacation.
With the budget battle heating up in Washington, NPCA is working harder than ever to tell Congress how important our national parks are. But we need your help.
While you're out at one of the parks this weekend--and all summer long--make sure to take your camera along to capture your trip. Then send us your photos, videos, and stories that show why our national parks are important to you. If you have a great story to share from a few years back, that's OK too. We will be posting select images to the National Parks Protection Project website.
Send an email to email@example.com with your stories, photos, and links to YouTube videos.* Help us show Congress why our national parks truly are “America’s best idea.”
Your photos, videos and stories will help NPCA show Congress in a more powerful way why America’s natural and cultural heritage cannot endure further funding cuts and should be protected for our children and our grandchildren.
I know the parks have given my family countless opportunities to create wonderful memories that will last a lifetime.
NPCA needs your help to protect these national treasures, and right now the easiest way to do that is by sending us pictures, videos, and stories of your trip to a park. Your personal story will help us build a larger, interconnected narrative of just how important our parks are to what makes America special--and why we have to keep fighting to protect them.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your stories, photos, and links to YouTube videos.*
Thank you for standing up for our national parks. I know that together, we can preserve these national treasures.
Thomas C. Kiernan
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*By submitting my photo and/or video, I acknowledge that I am the copyright owner, each individual contained therein has granted me permission to use his or her likeness and it does not infringe on anyone's rights. NPCA hereby has permission to use this photo for all purposes. Additionally, I agree to indemnify NPCA for any costs or damages, including reasonable attorneys' fees, in the event that any claim is made against NPCA regarding the use of the photo or video.
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