Parks in Action
Across the country, many national parks, historic sites, seashores, recreation areas and other national park units are members of the Climate Friendly Parks program or working toward completing the milestones necessary to become a CFP Member Park.
Explore Climate Friendly Parks
Member Parks are taking action across the country. Click the link to explore a park near you!
Get Involved: Become a Climate Friendly Park
Becoming a Climate Friendly Park (for NPS parks and staff) entails completing four "Milestones." Once a park has completed these four Milestones, it is officially a Climate Friendly Parks Member Park.
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My Green Parks
- Explore how national parks are working to be more sustainable in the 'green' park videos below, or by visiting our YouTube page.
- Denali National Park: A Lesson in Sustainability
- Glen Canyon National Recreation Area: My Green Park
- Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: My Green Park
- Lake Mead National Recreation Area: The Green Side of Lake Mead
- Lewis & Clark National Historical Park: Sustaining Sammy the Salmon
- Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park: My Green Park
- Point Reyes National Seashore: The Green Wave by the Seashore
- San Juan National Historic Site: My Green Park
- Sequioa & Kings Canyon National Parks: A Solar Powered Cave