National Center For Recreation & Conservation
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the National Center for Recreation and
A:The National Center
for Recreation and Conservation (NCRC) serves as the National Park Service's
focal point for working with an array of public and private partners in
providing close-to-home recreation opportunities throughout the nation.
In addition, the Center provides leadership and support for nationally
designated scenic and historic trails. The Center accomplishes its mission
through an array of technical and financial assistance programs, advocacy,
and interagency coordination.
programs are housed within the National Center for Recreation & Conservation?
A:(note: link these programs to their homepages) · Rivers, Trails & Conservation Assistance Program · Land and Water Conservation Fund Program · National Trails System · Urban Park and Recreation Recovery Program · Federal Lands to Parks Program · Partnership for Wild and Scenic Rivers
can I contact the National Center for Recreation and Conservation?
A: To learn
more about these programs,
Write: National Center for Recreation
Download our staff directory: NCRC Directory