Would you like to participate in a brief survey on national parks?
Aug 23, 2016 by Clyde The Mountain Lion
This year, the National Park Service (NPS)—an agency responsible for managing and protecting natural, cultural, and historic sites, which includes places such as Yellowstone National Park, Mesa Verde National Park, and Gettysburg National Military Park—turns 100 years old. One of the major issues facing the agency, and the lands managed under its authority, is their relevance with the American public, both now and in the future.
In an attempt to gain insight into current and future attitudes towards national parks, a survey is being conducted for a master’s thesis by a UCCS graduate student. If you would like participate, the survey should take approximately 10 minutes to complete and is entirely optional. The survey has been reviewed by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) under protocol number 16-227.
To access the survey, please click the following link: