National Park Service, Lowcountry: Route to (re)settlement Exhibition Venue & Government Partner

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Since their founding in 1919, National Parks Conservation Association has been the independent, nonpartisan voice working to strengthen and protect America's favorite places.

With 1.3 million members and supporters beside them, they are the voice of America’s national parks, working to protect and preserve our nation’s most iconic and inspirational places for present and future generations. They celebrate the parks — and work tirelessly to defend them — whether on the ground, in the courtroom or on Capitol Hill.

From their national headquarters in Washington, D.C., and 27 locations nationwide, they call on our program and policy experts, committed volunteers, staff lobbyists, community organizers and communications specialists to inform and inspire the public and to influence decision makers to ensure that their national parks are well protected.

They’ve earned many hard-won victories together — but their national parks face new threats every day. Learn more about the challenges and opportunities facing our national parks, then use your voice to advocate on their behalf.

Collaborations will include Sandy Island School, Charles Pinckney Historic Site, and historical markers and structures along Route to (re)settlement Exhibition path through National Park Service's Reconstruction Project.