• Visitors bask in a golden sunset at Dickey Ridge Visitor Center in Shenandoah National Park

    Shenandoah

    National Park Virginia

Natural Resources Fact Sheets

Natural Resource Management Program Overview
Natural Resource Inventories
Cryptogam Inventory
Geologic Resource Evaluation and Mapping
Invasive Exotic Plant Inventory
Natural History Collection
Natural Resources Assessment
Rock Outcrop Management Project
Vegetation Mapping
Long-Term Ecological Monitoring Program Overview
Conceptual Design
Air Quality Monitoring
Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Monitoring Program
Bird Monitoring
Exotic Plant Monitoring
Fisheries Monitoring Program
Forest Vegetation Monitoring
Rare Plant Monitoring
Shenandoah Salamander Protocol
Shenandoah Watershed Study
Spotlight Counts of Deer in the Big Meadows Area
Natural Resource Stewardship Activities Overview
Adopt an Outcrop
Air Resources Management
American Electric Power Consent Decree
Bear Issues and Management
Big Meadows Management and Monitoring
Chronic Wasting Disease
Emerald Ash Borer and Firewood Ban
Exotic Fish Management
Forest Insects & Disease (Nonnative Species)
Hogcamp Branch Stream Stabilization Project
Invasive Exotic Plant Control
Landscape Management
Merck Project XL
Oral Rabies Vaccination Program
Peregrine Falcon Restoration, Monitoring and Tracking
Pest Management
Protection of Plant Species of Economic Value
Resource Advisors and Fire Management
Roadway Safety and Wildlife Collisions
VEPCO Mitigation Plan
White-tailed Deer Issues and Management
Natural and Social Science Program Overview
American Electric Power Mitigation Studies
Brook Trout Genetics
Climate Change and Salamanders
Deer Exclosures
National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON)
Resource Education and Information Transfer Overview
Environmental Planning and Compliance Overview
Integrated Park Improvement and Natural Resources
Natural Resource Condition Assessment
Rare Species Programmatic Biological Assessment
Vegetation Management Planning
Miscellaneous
Data Management
Exotic Plant Control Team Serves Shenandoah
Forest Health and Air Quality
Forest Health and Exotic Vegetation
Stream Protection -- Exotic Plant Control
USGS Fact Sheets about Park topics

Did You Know?

CCC enrollees collected native seed and raised plants in three nurseries in the park.

From 1933 to 1942 an estimated 10,000 boys and young men of the Civilian Conservation Corps planted hundreds of thousands of trees, shrubs, and native plants in Shenandoah National Park. Many of these were grown in three CCC plant nurseries from seeds collected within the park. More...