Yellowstone's Division of Resource Education and Youth Programs protects and preserves the resources of Yellowstone National Park through education, dialogue, and inspiration. We engage visitors in memorable and meaningful experiences, connect the park to values and issues relevant to visitors, and inspire lifelong stewardship of Yellowstone. Through a spectrum of opportunities offered by the National Park Service and our partners, we enable individuals to experience and understand the natural and cultural significance of the park.
We connect people to Yellowstone while they visit the park, at their schools, at home, and beyond through interpretive and education programs, visitor centers, exhibits, printed materials, the park's official website and social media sites, and other media. We encourage civic dialogue about critical issues, such as climate change, resource management and preservation, visitor use, and a spectrum of ongoing and emerging challenges.