NPCA protects the unique threats to the national parks in the Pacific Northwest. The rivers and streams of Olympic, Mount Rainier, North Cascades, and John Day Fossil Beds support several species of fish, including salmon that are continuously threatened by pollution and habitat loss. Parks in Washington State face poor air quality and dense traffic congestion due to their proximity to large cities. NPCA hosts several outdoor and educational events per year at national parks and throughout the Northwest. Our Regional Office is located in downtown Seattle.
Mission: National Parks Conservation Association is America's only private, nonprofit member-based organization dedicated solely to preserving, protecting and enhancing the National Park System.
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