The National Parks Conservation Association is an independent, nonpartisan voice working to address major threats facing the National Park System.
The National Parks Conservation Association needed an alluring invitation for the private opening of Exposure—an exhibition featuring wildlife photography by Nathan Myhrvold.
The wonder of photography comes from the nearly magical effect that captured moments in space and time can have on our hearts and our minds. —Nathan Myhrvold Our Invitation design for NPCA’s Exposure Exhibition is now on our print projects web page. The invitation features the exhibition’s national park photography by Nathan, Conor, and Cameron [...]
Gather your family and friends for the Northwest National Park Family Day on Saturday, June 25th, 2011 10am–4pm at The Mountaineers Program Center in Seattle’s Magnuson Park. This free event hosted by NPCA and NPS is filled with fun, hands-on activities for the entire family. This event will feature kid-friendly activities including rock climbing, wildlife [...]
The exhibit communicates the mission, vision, and values of NPCA. The juxtaposition of charcoal sketches and vivid photography communicates the natural beauty of the parks, inspiring visitors to take action.
Sarvey Wildlife Center led a captivating educational presentation about birds at the NW National Park Family Day event. Sarvey rescues and rehabilitates orphaned, injured, and sick wild animals from the Puget Sound area, ensuring they get the best medical treatment and care possible, with the ultimate goal of releasing them back in to their natural [...]
This free community event will feature hands-on, kid-friendly activities such as how to set up a tent, nature hikes, camp cooking, wildlife encounters, and becoming a Jr. Park Ranger! Park Rangers from Olympic, North Cascades, and Mount Rainier National Parks will talk about the history, wildlife, and volunteer opportunities at our national parks. The posters [...]
photo: Olympic NP, Shi Shi Beach. We were lured here in 2007 by a park ranger who said it was The most beautiful beach in the world. NPCA and Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park host Seattle’s first annual NW National Park Family Day, at Steward Park on May 2nd. I can’t think of a [...]
Family Day Fort Vancouver NHS Saturday, May 15th 2011 10am–3pm, FREE! Clans of the notoriously skittish Northwest Homo-Sapien are invited to shake off their cabin fever and roam wild for an afternoon at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. Luring people in with free admission and inventive graphics influenced by the region’s topography, the Northwest [...]
Powerful storms battered the Pacific Northwest in 2006. Our parks were devastated. Bridges were gone, roads had been washed out, trails simply disappeared. NPCA immediately took actions and formed a coalition to facilitate park restoration. Without political action and the help of volunteers it may take may take years, even decades to fix. Our design [...]
The Puget Sound’s unique biodiversity is at risk. Habitat destruction, over-fishing, increased toxin levels and global warming all combine to form an inhospitable environment for several species unique to this region. Astoundingly, even our vast system of National Parks is no longer a safe natural haven. Enter the National Parks Conservation Association. In this exhibition, [...]