National Park Service staff and the employees at Martin Van Buren NHS are continually at work planning and conducting research so that the resources entrusted to our care and visitors who come to learn are served in the best manner possible. Located here are links to several of the numerous studies and plans produced on a variety of park management issues and resource topics. Especially important is the General Management Planning (GMP) process begun in 2008. Please explore the GMP and comment on it.
Did You Know?
That in 1843 Angelica Singleton Van Buren suffered the loss of a child at Lindenwald and as a result was forced to recuperate on the hall sofa, which actually converts to a full size bed.