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Old 10-02-2013, 09:04 PM
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With the recent issues so to speak with the government it is clear many people and programs are suffering from its consequences. Namely The National Parks Service which is is very disappointing. Our national parks are priceless valuable resources that have been designated as area for the people of the US and around the world to enjoy, but right now we can't and we dont know when we can . It has me thinking, What would happen to the national parks if it was no longer presided over by the government? Would they fall apart and become wastelands? Or do think it is possible for them to be managed at the state level, by people who similarly manage some state parks. Im just interested at the long term consequences for our parks system.
This is not meant as a fiery political debate, Im simply interested in consequences and possible alternatives that might benefit our parks and natural resources. Being a college student very much interested in and focused on conservation I can see some negative impacts this could have in the long run.
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