National Parks Maintenance Funding Could Provide Needed Jobs
In a March 19, 2018 post, The Pew Charitable Trusts released results from a Pew-commissioned analysis that found that fully funding the backlog of maintenance projects at US national parks could provide as many as 110,000 new jobs.
In the post, Pew says “More than 180 groups representing engineers, architects, planners, and trade and professional associations are asking lawmakers to provide the funding the National Park Service needs to address $11.6 billion in overdue repairs.”
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The Conservancy Project is currently a research project with the ultimate aim of creating a brand new 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that will serve the interests of non-government organizations (NGO) that fund, oversee, or execute conservation project work across the United States. Larry Rogers currently chairs the study group, with help from three other professional engineers/designers who share a passion for the wildest places in America and the flora and fauna that call those places home.
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