New National Report Highlights Your OBX National Parks as Important Cultural Landscapes Threatened by Climate Change

Your OBX national parks are garnering national attention this week. Cape Hatteras National Seashore is one of ten sites featured in a new national report by The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF), a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., that serves to educate the public on the history and significance of beloved cultural landscapes across the..

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Meet Your Park Ranger: Jami Lanier

Hometown: Lincolnton, NC Education: NC State University, History major and minor in Social Studies Education Position: Cultural Resource Manager Where you’ll find her: At the Museum Resource Center located at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site Other national parks she’s worked at: Vicksburg National Military Park   What exactly is the Museum Resource Center? The Museum..

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Meet Your Ranger: Jonathan Polk

Hometown: Rocky Mount, NC Education: East Carolina University majoring in Recreation and Park Management Previous Park Experience: Great Smoky Mountains National Park Where You’ll Find Him: Lead District Ranger, Cape Hatteras National Seashore How did you know you wanted to be a park ranger?  Growing up in Eastern North Carolina we always visited the Outer Banks..

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