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08/27/2009

Sign Up to Host a House Party for National Parks

The Sierra Club is featured prominently in the upcoming Ken Burns documentary series The National Parks: America's Best Idea, which will air on PBS in late September.

We are organizing house parties on September 20, one week before the series airs.  For these parties we are providing hosts with a free one-hour 'sneak preview' DVD about the series and all the materials you need to throw a house party and take action to help the wildlife in our national parks adapt to climate change.

Yellowstone

Courtesy of the National Parks Service

If you're able, sign up to host a party in your office, home, or public space to increase awareness and appreciation of the national parks, build local community, and take action to urge the leaders in the Obama administration to proritize protecting our public lands from climate change.

The national house party day is Sunday, September 20th - and the deadline to register parties in time to receive the DVD is September 13th.  Register now.

Also check our our new National Park website.

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