Past Issues of Ranger Magazine

Ranger Magazine

Nearly every issue of Ranger magazine since 1993 is available for purchase. Individual copies cost $5 each (includes postage for less than 10 copies). For bulk orders (10 copies & more), the prices are:

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These are the issues available and the prominent theme featured:

  • Fall 2014: Time Management
  • Summer 2014: Making It Work
  • Spring 2014: Heaven and Earth
  • Winter 2013-14: Ranger Rendezvous in St. Louis, MO
  • Fall 2013: A Public Harvest: Feast and Famine in the National Parks
  • Summer 2013: Rising Tide: Water Issues in National Parks
  • Spring 2013: An NPS Uniform of a Different Color: Public Risk Management
  • Winter 2012-13: Ranger Rendezvous in Indian Wells, CA
  • Fall 2012: Technology in the National Parks
  • Summer 2012: The Essential Democracy of National Parks
  • Spring 2012: Civil War Sesquicentennial | 150 Years
  • Winter 2011-12: Ranger Rendezvous in Williamsburg, VA
  • Fall 2011: Ten Years Later | 9/11
  • Summer 2011: Remaining Relevant | NPS & ANPR
  • Spring 2011: The Unseen Resource | NPS Underwater
  • Winter 2010-11: Ranger Rendezvous in Bend, Oregon
  • Fall 2010: Career Paths for Seasonals in Facility Management
  • Summer 2010: ANPR 21st Century Revitalization Plan
  • Spring 2010: Operational Leadership in the NPS (SOLD OUT, electronic version available on CD for $4)
  • Winter 2009-10: Ranger Rendezvous in Gettysburg, PA
  • Fall 2009: National Parks: America's Best Idea
  • Summer 2009: New Perspectives about Parks in the 21st Century
  • Spring 2009: A Profession of Cultural Preservation
  • Winter 2008-09: Ranger Rendezvous in Santa Fe, NM
  • Fall 2008: NPS Training: Sufficient or Deficient? (SOLD OUT, electronic version available on CD for $4)
  • Summer 2008: Who Remembers Combined Rangers?
  • Spring 2008: In Memoriam
  • Winter 2007-08: Ranger Rendezvous in Park City, UT
  • Fall 2007: The Return of Seasonals (SOLD OUT, electronic version available on CD for $4)
  • Summer 2007: Climate Change and the National Parks
  • Spring 2007: Aloha from Hawai`i’s National Park Areas
  • Winter 2006-07: Ranger Rendezvous in Coeur d’Alene, ID
  • Fall 2006: Business Beat: Administration in the NPS
  • Summer 2006: The Antiquities Act: 1906 - 2006
  • Spring 2006: The Power of a Place
  • Winter 2005-06: Ranger Rendezvous in Charleston, SC
  • Fall 2005: Visitor and Resource Protection: Roles and Functions of the 025 Law Enforcement Ranger
  • Summer 2005: Directors of the NPS: A Legacy of Leadership & Foresight
  • Spring 2005: Meaningful Interpretation Through the Interpretive Development Program
  • Winter 2004-05: Ranger Rendezvous in Rapid City, SD
  • Fall 2004: African Americans and the National Park System
  • Summer 2004: Resolving Controversy: Issues, Sites and People
  • Spring 2004: Revisiting the Budget Crisis
  • Winter 2003-04: Ranger Rendezvous in Plymouth, MA
  • Fall 2003: Recreational Fee Demonstration Program – How Is It Working?
  • Summer 2003: Resources At Risk: A Look into the NPS Attic
  • Spring 2003: Partnerships in Parks – Challenges and Benefits
  • Winter 2002-03: Ranger Rendezvous in Reno, NV
  • Fall 2002: International Endeavors: Park Rangers Share Expertise Worldwide
  • Summer 2002: Olympic Spirit and National Treasures – The New Role of Security
  • Spring 2002: In the NPS Basement – Geology
  • Winter 2001-02: Ranger Rendezvous in Jackson, WY (out of print)
  • Fall 2001: Rediscovering Our Fundamentals
  • Summer 2001: Rangers in Remote Locations
  • Spring 2001: Working with Other Agencies
  • Winter 2000-01: Visitor Use Management
  • Fall 2000: Cultural Resources Challenge
  • Summer 2000: Ranger Rendezvous in Knoxville, TN
  • Spring 2000: Image: Who Are We and Where Are We Going?
  • Winter 1999-2000: The Changing NPS: Seasonals and Other Issues
  • Fall 1999: Environmental Excellence! The Challenge of the 21st Century
  • Summer 1999: NPS Housing: What Does It Mean To You?
  • Spring 1999: Ranger Rendezvous in Tucson, AZ
  • Winter 1998-99: Critical Incident Stress Management
  • Fall 1998: National Significance and New Parks
  • Summer 1998: Interpretive Competencies
  • Spring 1998: Rangers, Lead The Way
  • Winter 1997-98: Ranger Rendezvous in Fort Myers, FL
  • Fall 1997: Term Employees: What Are The Options?
  • Summer 1997: The Changing Face of Search and Rescue
  • Spring 1997: The General Authorities Act: Twenty Years Later
  • Winter 1996-97: Ranger Rendezvous in Corpus Christi, TX
  • Fall 1996: Combining Ranger Disciplines: Interpretation Under Fire?
  • Summer 1996: Should Parkways Be Parks?
  • Spring 1996: Wilderness: Managing the Untrammeled
  • Winter 1995-96 Ranger Rendezvous in St. Paul, MN
  • Fall 1995: World Guardians – World Parks
  • Summer 1995: The Endangerment of Species
  • Spring 1995: Change: A New National Park Service?
  • Winter 1994-95: Ranger Rendezvous in Durango, CO
  • Fall 1994: Ecosystem Management
  • Summer 1994: Compelling Stories: Compellingly Told
  • Spring 1994: Cultural Resource Protection: The ARPA Task Force
  • Winter 1993-94: Ranger Rendezvous in Virginia Beach, VA
  • Fall 1993: The Kennedy School Report on ANPR
  • Summer 1993: The Significance of "National Significance": A History

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