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NPS Will Allow Bottled Water Sales

August 23, 2017

In its commitment to providing a safe and world-class visitor experience, the National Park Service is discontinuing Policy Memorandum 11-03, commonly referred to as the “Water Bottle Ban.” The 2011 policy, which encouraged national parks …

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YNP Looks To Eliminate Non -Native Fish

Starting next week, park staff will take action to eliminate non-native rainbow trout, brook trout, and lake-dwelling grayling from the upper Gibbon River drainage. After the action is complete, biologists will reintroduce native fish species …

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Chambers Takes Another Shot

April 24, 2018

Jessica Chambers announced Saturday at the Teton County Democratic Party Convention that she will again run for a seat on the Jackson Town Council. Chambers’ run for Town Council in 2016 was stopped short in …

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Lesser Long-nosed Bat Has Recovered

April 22, 2018

A charismatic, winged pollinator responsible for helping produce tequila is making a comeback despite tough odds thanks to a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service-led three-decade partnership. Although many bat species in North America today are …

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National Park Week Starts Saturday

April 20, 2018

For one week each April, we join with the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, to celebrate America’s treasures. National Park Week is a time to explore amazing places, discover stories …

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Park Service Special Agent Honored

April 18, 2018

A Special Agent with the National Park Service Investigative Services Branch (ISB) was among those honored by the Department of Justice and US Attorney’s Office during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. This year’s observance takes …

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