Research in Theodore Roosevelt National Park
The National Park Service (NPS) recognizes that science must play an increasingly central role in designing responsible and sustainable use and management activities of the national parks. In addition to the use of science as a means to improve park management, parks can be centers for broad scientific research and inquiry. Therefore, the NPS will facilitate research in parks where it can be done without impairing other park values.
The following resources provide guidance to individuals or groups who wish to conduct research at Theodore Roosevelt National Park:
To begin the permit application process, visit the NPS Research Permit and Reporting System (RPRS) website. The RPRS website also contains instructions for the application process, frequently asked questions, links to other research-related websites, and links to submit or view Investigator Annual Reports (IARs)—reports detailing the accomplishments of ongoing or completed research projects.
Research permit related documents
Did You Know?
Theodore Roosevelt National Park contains 29,920 acres of wilderness, one of the few islands of designated wilderness in the Northern Great Plains. More...