Resource Stewardship Strategy
In October 2017, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks’ completed a Resource Stewardship Strategy (RSS) to help guide park management through the coming years. The RSS is a long-range strategic planning tool that is informed by current, accurate science. The purpose of the RSS is to:
Resource stewardship activities span direct management, science, education, and their interconnections.
If you're interested in research opportunities in these parks, look at our Research Prospectus for guidance and identified priorities. We have a long history of supporting scientific research, and we invite you to "Find Your Science."
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Science and research are critical to the health of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Learn about current projects and the history of science in these parks, and consider joining us!
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks strive to host a science symposium every other year to share research needs and results with our community of researchers, resource management scientists, interpreters, and educators. In 2016, the parks initiated this effort as part of the NPS Centennial. To learn more, download the 2016 science symposium report.
For More Information
Download the following reports to learn more about resource stewardship strategies and natural resource condition in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks:
Contact the park's Resource Management & Science chief Christy Brigham if you have questions about the parks' research priorities.
Last updated: April 16, 2019