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Support Your Park

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Storm gathering, Pecos church, summer 2011.
Photo by Glenn Waleska

Public support is a critical component in the management of National Park Service lands. No other federal agency relies as heavily on the generosity and kindness of its visitors. We sincerely thank you for your past support and look forward to future partnerships.

From volunteering as an information assistant in the E. E. Fogelson Visitor Center to joining our our cooperating association, to shopping in our bookstore, to joining our Friends group, there are many ways the public can support the park.

Painted ceremonial sandstone slab from Pecos
Painted ceremonial slab from Pecos.
A.V. Kidder

Did You Know?

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The Civil War Battle of Glorieta Pass was fought at Apache Canyon, Canoncito, and Pigeon's Ranch near Glorieta, NM. The photo depicts Texas Volunteers (living history participants) resting near Kozlowski's trading post at Pecos National Historical Park.