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Support the Spring 2020 Fundraising Campaign
15 Apr 2020
As we near almost a month of sheltering in our homes due to COVID-19, know that each of you is on our minds. We hope to meet again in happier and healthier times. During this crisis, your ANPR Board of Directors has been working to ensure that the support we provide to our ranger community doesn’t waver, not even during a pandemic. But we need your help!
Dealing with the Unprecedented COVID-19 Pandemic
27 Mar 2020
I’m sure I don’t have to tell you the last couple of weeks have been stressful. As we all grapple with the spread of coronavirus, we can take heart knowing that National Park Service employees are still serving our country on the front lines protecting parks and helping people. Now, more than ever, they deserve our thanks and our support.
COVID-19 and Possible Effects for Ranger Rendezvous
16 Mar 2020
ANPR’s Ranger Rendezvous Planning Committee is monitoring the status of the spread of COVID-19 around the world and now across the United States. While it is impossible to predict whether the virus will pose a threat in October, as the committee plans for panels and other events at the conference, we will also continue to monitor guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and state and local health authorities in the months leading up to Rendezvous. We will share more information as the situation develops.
Part-Time Position Available with Association of National Park Rangers
06 Mar 2020
The Association of National Park Rangers (ANPR) is recruiting for the part-time position of Editor-Publisher of its quarterly professional publication – Ranger Magazine. The position requirements are: Provide all editorial, design and production responsibilities, normally associated with magazine production, for four issues per year (quarterly - 24 to 28 pages each) of Ranger Magazine, the journal of the Association of National Park Rangers (ANPR).
Ranger Rendezvous 43: Call for Presentations
05 Mar 2020
Do you have an exciting new project, an engaging program, or a topic of interest that you would like to share with other members of the Ranger community? If so, please apply to be a presenter at Ranger Rendezvous 43! The Association of National Park Rangers (ANPR) is currently looking for dynamic speakers to share fun and interesting topics related to the Ranger profession and the National Park Service.
ANPR Public Information Officer
17 Feb 2020
Are you a park professional, or do you want to develop the expertise to become one? Do you want to be a better communicator? Do you want to develop skills to work in media relations? You should apply to serve as an Association of National Park Rangers (ANPR) public information officer (PIO). As a PIO, you will work with the ANPR board of directors to develop:
Fun in the Sun: Ranger Rendezvous 43 in Jacksonville Florida
04 Feb 2020
Ranger Rendezvous has always been one of my favorite parts of being a member of ANPR. Attendees get to attend presentations about resource management, administration, NPS history, and law enforcement. We get to have conversations with NPS staff from seasonals to regional directors and sometimes, even the NPS Director (invited this year). And, when the hour is right, we get to swing by the hospitality suite to see what Nancy Ward brought to drink!
Association of National Park Rangers Members Get New Discounts on Outdoor Recreation Gear
23 Jan 2020
Association of National Park Rangers (ANPR) members are eligible for exclusive discounts on outdoor gear through Outdoor Prolink. ANPR members qualify for 30-50 percent discounts on technical outdoor products from brands like Black Diamond, Osprey, La Sportiva, and more. Offering access to pro-deals helps restore access to a service many members value.
Welcome Paul Anderson as ANPR's President
06 Jan 2020
I would like to kick the year off right by saying how glad I am today to have begun my duties as President of ANPR. First I want to congratulate the newly elected Board members: Rebecca Harriett - Government Affairs; Lauren Kopplin - Secretary; Tim Moore - Professional Issues
ANPR Thanks Park Rangers for Their Performance During the Government Shutdown
26 Jan 2019
The Association of National Park Rangers (ANPR) would like to extend its gratitude to all Park Rangers and their valiant efforts throughout the shutdown while facing personal financial uncertainty. Apart from the highly publicized resource and infrastructure damage, it’s regrettable that many important trainings were forced to be canceled over the last 35 days as well. Some of these will be impossible to reschedule and will have a direct impact on Rangers’ ability to respond to emergency situations in the coming summer season. With the shutdown occurring during the time that many parks hire their summer seasonal positions, we recognize the burden now placed on hiring managers service-wide to fill the National Park Service’s front line Rangers who most directly engage with the public. Finally as Rangers return to their parks, we thank our timekeepers who are now charged with the unenviable task of quickly and accurately entering the information to allow for the rapid processing of backpayments. ANPR expresses its strong desire that Congress and the President work diligently to ensure future shutdowns do not occur. This is for the benefit of the public, National Park Service, and most importantly its Rangers.