This Land is Your Land
Public Lands Belong to All of Us.—
This is a slide presentation available from the National Wildlife Federation which may be a good introduction to a lesson on the National Parks with the idea of public ownership of lands.
—This is a magazine available by subscription or in the public library which profiles different park areas and discusses current research and problems as well as giving profiles and pictures of park units.
—Another very good resource for information on National Park and wilderness issues. Also, great photos of areas.
—Discusses many environmental issues relating to National Park and wilderness areas. The students will be interested in the pictures and discussions of mammals, birds, etc.
Local Newspapers—Often cover issues relating to the National Parks.
Videos—Many video stores carry PBS specials on National Park and wilderness areas and well as specific environmental issues.
Maps, maps and more maps. A plethora of very valuable information on every national park. Write to the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, P.O. Box 37127, Washington, D.C., 20013-7127.