Participate in the Mission!
"...to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and the wild life therein and to provide for the enjoyment of the same in such manner and by such means as will leave them unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations." from the National Park Service Organic Act Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks meet this mission in many impressive, beautiful, awe-inspiring ways, and work to share it with the world.
Join us! Help with this important mission in as many ways as you can:
to the Sequoia Parks Foundation, the Sequoia Natural History Association, or the park itself;
the Sequoia Natural History Association and participate in its many activities;
Tread lightly in the parks and other natural areas;
Learn more about how to help take care of the parks and teach others to care for them, too. For example, airborne pollutants from outside Sequoia and Kings Canyon threaten the scenery and vegetation within the parks. You can reduce air pollution that can damage natural areas by walking or riding your bike, carpooling or using public transportation, shopping by phone or mail, telecommuting, and avoiding gasoline-driven power tools.