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In this ongoing webinar series, specific topics related to the management of special park uses will be discussed. Each session with begin with an in-depth overview of the selected topic followed by a robust question and answer session. Target audience is Park permit coordinators, compliance staff and staff responsible for signing Special Use Permits. Questions are requested to be submitted prior
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.
Learn more about the requirements for operating both manned and unmanned aircraft in the National Park Service.
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
Explore these wilderness resources to learn more about the Wilderness Stewardship Program and become a wilderness steward.
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
What It Is Reference Manual #41: Wilderness Stewardship provides comprehensive guidance to National Park Service employees responsible for managing and preserving wilderness character and wilderness resources throughout the NPS system. RM-41 serves as Level 3 guidance, and includes relevant legislation, regulations, Management Policies, other instructions or requirements issued through Director’s Order #41, as well as
Wilderness is a valuable resource and must be protected. This tool will help you determine whether a wilderness permit should be issued.
The mission of the Wilderness Stewardship Program is to identify & designate specific areas and to steward those lands at the highest level of protection.
The course encourages participants to challenge their views on cultural and wilderness stewardship, identify the common ground, and work together to solve complex issues.
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.
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.
This course addresses monitoring goals and methods and weighing the costs associated with gathering precise and accurate data from monitoring efforts.
This course discusses the basis of lightscape resource management, including the threats and principles for management of night sky in wilderness.
This course presents guidelines and current policies managers can follow when managing threatened and endangered species in wilderness.
This course covers sounds versus noises in acoustical environments in wilderness and identifies threats and strategies for addressing soundscape management.
This course covers monitoring soil and water resources, management and mitigation and restoration of impacts on soil and water in wilderness.
The Wilderness Stewardship Building Blocks workshop will focus on compliance with the Wilderness Act, as well as the proposed Vision 2020 goal.
The purpose of this course is to acquaint you with the contents of the Wilderness Act of 1964 and its application in managing a wilderness area.
This course explores the four most important principles of managing wilderness. The stories and case studies are based on real situations.
This course covers managing paleontological resources found in wilderness, including defining paleontological resources, stewardship, and law and policy.
This course provides an in-depth look at the inventory and monitoring process associated with paleontological resources in wilderness resources.
This course covers evaluating proposals for scientific activity in wilderness related to paleontological resources while preserving wilderness character.