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The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) contains rules that protect resources and keep visitors safe within the National Park System. Learn more here!
The Superintendent's Compendium contains closures and use restrictions that help protect park resources and keep visitors safe. Learn more here!
General NPS statutes have moved from from Title 16 U.S Code to Title 54 U.S. Code. Learn why and how it impacts the National Park System here!
As a federal archeologist your expertise must go beyond flakes, features, and fauna, to a working knowledge of cultural resource law and its implementation. Learn more about ARPA training opportunities here.
This Google Site provides employees in the Northeast Region with access to important Operational Leadership resources and tools.
Learn more about the requirements for operating both manned and unmanned aircraft in the National Park Service.
These training plans cover the requirements for becoming a Public Information Officer, whether you are working at the local, regional, or national level.
The FLETC is absolutely committed to providing the best training possible to all of the law enforcement organizations that we serve.
Discusses the Call-to-Action Goal #32, Play It Safe initiative as announced by former Director Jarvis as a measure to encourage employee safety on the job.
This course provides supervisors with the tools to implement the principles of operational leadership and implement the program in their workplaces.
The mission of the Wilderness Stewardship Program is to identify & designate specific areas and to steward those lands at the highest level of protection.
What It Is The policies contained in Chapter 6: Wilderness Preservation and Management provide guidance in the management of designated, recommended, potential and proposed wilderness areas located within National Park Service lands. Covered topics include: Wilderness eligibility considerations Resource management Scientific activities Fire management Trails and campsites Signage Native American access and use Rights-of-way Why It
Informational article about the improvements being made in terms of employee health and wellness and where to find more information.
Search and Rescue (SAR) is one of the most important jobs that rangers do. Understand how Search and Rescue skills are essential for all NPS staff.
Learn about Emergency Preparedness & Emergency Operations plans for incident management at the park level and management/relief for emergency situations.
The National Wildland Fire Training website allows access to local, geographic area, national and other interagency wildland fire training information.
This appendix provides guidelines for NPS park, center, and regional compliance with NAGPRA statute and regulations.
Superintendent discretion determines whether or not SPUs can occur (ie: weddings, concerts, commercial filming, & athletic events etc.).
Learn more about the Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center and the training opportunities the training center offers.
Advance your skills with these three Wilderness University Education Programs recommended by the Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center.
Discussing the balancing act that is the NPS desire to preserve the natural world with the desire to protect human life and limb.
The Wilderness Stewardship Building Blocks workshop will focus on compliance with the Wilderness Act, as well as the proposed Vision 2020 goal.
Explore these wilderness resources to learn more about the Wilderness Stewardship Program and become a wilderness steward.
About the Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center The Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center’s (LCC) is an interagency center dedicated to promote learning in the wildland fire service by providing useful and relevant products and services that help to reveal the complexity and risk in the wildland fire environment. Some of those products are: Video Training Library Incident
Overview Simply designating a wilderness does not assure its preservation. An understanding of wilderness values is needed to guide all activities in wilderness. Wilderness management applies guidelines derived from social and natural sciences to preserve the qualities for which wilderness was established. Wilderness Stewardship Competency Levels Wilderness professionals can use these competencies to identify gaps