National Park System: An Economic Engine That Puts $40 Billion Into Us Economy

National Park System: An Economic Engine That Puts $40 Billion Into Us Economy

By Michael Goldstein
#FindYourPark picture frame for people to pose in Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts, June 2019.MICHAEL GOLDSTEIN. Image courtesy of Forbes.

#FindYourPark picture frame for people to pose in Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts, June 2019.MICHAEL GOLDSTEIN. Image courtesy of Forbes.

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Forbes.com recently spoke with Will Shafroth, President of the National Park Foundation since 2015. The National Park Foundation is the non-profit partner of the National Park Service, chartered by Congress in 1967 to raise private funds to help protect the parks, connect Americans with them and inspire future generations. The National Park Foundation is supported by individual donors and corporate partners like Subaru, LL Bean, American Express, Budweiser, Hanes Brands, Nature Valley and Union Pacific.

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