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May 11, 2015
National Park Service Seeks Public Comments on Invasive Plant Management Plan for 15 National Capital Region Parks
Washington – The National Park Service (NPS) is accepting public scoping comments on an Invasive Plant Management Plan and Environmental Assessment (plan/EA) for 15 national parks in the greater Washington DC region. The plan/EA will identify long-term strategies to reduce impacts and threats from invasive plants, and will provide opportunities for restoring native plant communities and historic landscapes. Comments are being accepted through June 10, 2015 and can be submitted online.

May 10, 2015
Manassas Battlefield Spruces Up for 75th Anniversary
In recognition of its 75th anniversary this year, the park has embarked on an effort to enhance facilities and visitor amenities, as well as to address repairs to important historic resources within the battlefield.

December 05, 2014
Manassas National Battlefield Fire Management Plan Environmental Assessment Available for Review
The Manassas National Battlefield Park, a unit of the National Park Service (NPS), made available for public review today the Manassas National Battlefield Park Fire Management Plan/Environmental Assessment (EA). The EA evaluates management options for the update of the Fire Management Plan. The 45-day comment period for this project will begin on December 5, 2014, and conclude on January 19, 2015.

September 08, 2014
Manassas National Battlefield Park and Civil War Trust Partner for Landscape Restoration Project
(Manassas, Va.) – In September, Manassas National Battlefield Park and the Civil War Trust will undertake a limited scope landscape restoration project designed to enhance the visitor experience to the Deep Cut area of the Second Manassas Battlefield through the removal of non-historic trees and vegetation. This project, expected to begin approximately September 1 and be completed no later than October 1, and will affect approximately seven acres of battleground.

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