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National Parks Traveler Speakers


Mount Rainier National Park/Rebecca Latson

National Parks Traveler's award-winning writers, editors, and photographers combined have more than a century of professional journalism experience. Whether your group is interested in visiting national parks, concerned about issues confronting the parks and the National Park Service, or wants tips on how best to photograph national park settings, the Traveler has an expert who can engage your audience.

Presentations can be made in person or via a virtual platform. Potential topics include:

* Best national parks for the season.

* Public lands that could, or should, be added to the National Park System.

* How do we solve crowding problems in the National Park System?

* Best parks for wildlife watching.

* Best parks for fall colors.

* How do we keep national parks from becoming overpriced?

* How will climate change alter the parks?

* Overlooked units of the National Park System to visit.

Fees typically include any associated travel expenses and a $500 donation to National Parks Traveler, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit media organization focused strictly on editorially independent coverage of national parks and protected areas.

For more information, contact Kurt Repanshek.

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