Resources

Customizable Square for NPLD 2014

Online Media Toolkit

Now that you have registered for NPLD 2014, use our new Online Media Toolkit to help spread the word about your event via your website, social media accounts, newsletters and more.

The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) has designed logos and promotional graphics to generate more interest in your public land and highlight your area as being part of the more than 2,000 sites celebrating NPLD 2014.

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Cover of the 2014 Site Manual

Manual for Site Managers

Are you thinking of hosting a volunteer event for National Public Lands Day? We have simple tips to guide your event--from start to finish. Download our 2014 Manual for Site Managers for helpful suggestions and resources on how to plan your event, solicit donations and monetary support and advertise for volunteers.

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Media attended the 2011 event at MLK Jr. National Historical Site

Media Kit for Site Managers

The Media Kit is designed to help site managers and volunteer coordinators capitalize on the local media potential of National Public Lands Day projects and use social networks to recruit more volunteers and generate more attention.

 

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Volunteers at Marine Corps Air Gound Combat Center, 29 Palms

Department of Defense Legacy Resource Management Program

The Department of Defense (DoD) Legacy Resource Management Program provides funds to the National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) for National Public Lands Day (NPLD) projects on military lands open to the public for recreation.

Read about this year's 25 awardees. Check back for details about funding for next year in the summer of 2015. Contact us if you'd like to receive DoD Legacy e-news updates.

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Volunteers at Rock Creek Park in Washington, DC

Volunteer of the Year Award

The Volunteer of the Year Award recognizes NPLD volunteers who showcased extraordinary dedication to service on NPLD and throughout 2013. Awardees went above and beyond and inspired their communities to enhance our public lands.

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