There is no better way to see the impact of National Public Lands Day than by viewing photos and videos of volunteers in action.  Check out our multi-media pages here or visit our YouTube Channel and Flickr pages.

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Winner, Public Lands Every Day 2014 Photo Contest

Photo Contest Winners 2014

The 2014 Faces & Places photo contest winners have been announced! We received some fantastic entries from across the nation--32 states and more than 115 public lands were represented in this year's contest.

Photos highlighted an array of activities and landscapes including volunteers planting milkweed to rehabilitate a butterfly habitat, a young boy and his grandfather enjoying wildflowers and friends going geocatching.

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Grand Prize Winner: Step into America 2012 Video Contest

In her grand prize winning video "Rolling into Riverlands", Romanda Walker of Missouri showed how public lands can be accessible to us all.  Romanda visits the Riverlands Migratory Bird Sanctuary to go bird watching, spend time on trails and fish along the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers.

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Video Contest 2010 Grand Prize Winner

Maya Breitburg-Smith of New Haven, Conn. shows us how she protects her favorite public land: street trees.  The trees that line New Haven inspire Maya daily and remind her that you do not have to travel far to experience the wonders of nature.

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Latest Videos

Social Media Webinar

A recording of the Social Media Webinar originally filmed on Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at 3 p.m. EDT. The webinar features NPLD site managers knowledgeable in social media. 

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Rock Creek Park Signature Event 2011

Watch a short video about the Rock Creek Park volunteer celebration held on September 24, 2011 for National Public Lands Day.

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Toyota Volunteers Lend a Hand to Help Public Lands

Watch a time-lapse video showing the great work of Toyota volunteers at Fort Washington Park in New York City.

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