National Park Service turns 106

Illustration of park ranger surrounded by butterflies and flowers in front of mountains (State Dept./D. Thompson)
(State Dept./D. Thompson)

Since 1916, the National Park Service has worked to preserve the natural and cultural resources of America’s public lands for future generations. The service wants parks, such as Grand Teton National Park (shown here), to inspire and educate visitors.

Celebrate the National Park Service’s birthday August 25 by downloading this free poster (PDF, 43MB).