Here at JNPA, we’re proud to serve as a non-profit partner of some of our nation’s most treasured public lands. So in honor of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, we wanted to take a moment to list some of the many things we’re thankful for.
Living history programs that bring the past alive for visitors of all ages.
Breathtaking scenery that inspires and enriches all of us.
Parks that honor the courageous men and women who fought for equality for all Americans.
Preserving America’s important historic buildings for future generations to enjoy.
Dedicated interpretive rangers from the Army Corps of Engineers who share the wonders of their sites with visitors.
Energetic and committed National Park Service rangers who inspire children to become Junior Rangers.
Opportunities for recreation and enjoyment of the outdoors.
Educators at all of our partner parks who share their love of public lands with tomorrow’s generation.
Preserving the homes of America’s presidents as a way of helping us understand and connect with these important figures.
(President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site)
Honoring African Americans’ struggle to achieve freedom and respect in American society.
Commemorating the diverse nationalities, traditions, and cultures that helped shape our nation.
Preserving critical wilderness areas that safeguard our nation’s biodiversity and ecological health.
Protecting America’s rivers and streams that are so vital for drinking water, recreation, and commerce.
Architectural marvels that enhance our nation’s cultural heritage and stimulate our imaginations.
Many thanks to JNPA’s partner parks and all they do to protect America’s heritage, landscapes, and stories. Happy Thanksgiving!