Steward Udall documentary, Feb. 2Read more...
Site offers insight on park housingRead more...
ANPR's new website is live!
Here are a few pointers to familiarize yourself with ANPR's new website:Read more...
Association of National Park Rangers statement in observance of Juneteenth
21 Jun 2021
Park rangers protect the places and share the stories of America, including the places that memorialize the painful chapters of slavery and the fight for emancipation. This year, as rangers are officially marking this important day for the first time, we acknowledge that our country needs to continue to reckon with the legacy of slavery. The Association of National Park Rangers is glad to see attention focussed on this significant aspect of American history, and we hope it will encourage new conversations about race and equity as we strive to create a more perfect union.Read more...
Rangers are conservation professionals who do all kinds of jobs to keep parks welcoming, healthy, and safe. On construction sites and trails, in visitor centers and research labs, on patrol and behind the scenes in parks across the United States, Rangers work every day to protect America’s best idea.
Learn more about their work and how you can build a career protecting parks.
From Jackson Hole to Bar Harbor, our annual rendezvous is where rangers meet rangers from across the United States.
Whether you want to see old friends or meet a professional peer, Ranger Rendezvous is the best place to discuss the state of the park profession and develop relationships in our national park community.
The Association of National Park Rangers is an organization created to communicate for, about, and with National Park Service employees of all disciplines; to promote and enhance the professions, spirit, and mission of National Park Service employees; to support management and the perpetuation of the National Park Service and the National Park System; and to provide a forum for professional enrichment.