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NPS Ombuds Appointed To Help Combat Harassment And Discrimination In The Workplace

National Park Service Deputy Director Michael Reynolds has announced the appointment of two "Ombuds" for the National Park Service who will play a role in the agency's efforts to root out and end discrimination, harassment, and retaliation from the National Park Service and "provide every employee with a safe and respectful work environment."
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Around The Parks: Savoring Winter In Comfort

If you find yourself homebound for one reason or other this winter, there are two websites worth exploring for a quick national park fix: the National Park Service’s Treasured Landscapes site (which showcases art collections telling America’s stories) and the Open Parks Network (“350,000 cultural heritage objects and 1.5 million pages of gray literature...”). That’s a lot of information.
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Most Operations On North Rim Of Grand Canyon National Park To End For Winter On October 15

With winter on its way, operations on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park are winding down and most will be shuttered for the winter months as of October 15. The North Rim will remain open to day-use visitors and overnight campers until Thursday, December 1, unless heavy snowfall closes State Highway 67.
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House Committee Grills National Park Service Deputy Director Over Misconduct

The National Park Service's sordid underbelly of harassment was dissected for more than two hours Thursday by members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, which heard stories of perpetrators being promoted and no one being fired for sexual harassment in the agency.
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