National Park Service

Website Reviews: National Park Service’s River, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program

The RTCA program leverages National Parks Service expertise in project planning and management by acting as consultants who can help facilitate trails, river conservation and other resource management projects for communities across the country.

Website Reviews: Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park's website is organized for a variety of users, organized by sub-topic in a static toolbar on the left hand side of the screen. Interestingly, these target audiences reflect the internal organization of the National Park Service as well, with visitors (including photographers and teachers), natural resources, cultural resources, and management tools all given individual sub-pages.

Website Reviews: Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park

The Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania's National Military Park's website contains a plethora of information for visitors, educators, and researchers. Much of the information is historical in nature, but there are also pages detailing the location's natural resources. The site is not just geared toward those planning a visit to the park. It includes a virtual tour and photo gallery for those who cannot visit in person, and resources for teachers who can access suggested readings and links to other online resources.