Title

The Sustainability of National Parks and Visitor Trends in the 21st Century

Document Type

Presentation

Type

Information Motivating Public Activism (IMPACT)

UN Sustainable Development Goal

UNSDG #15: Life on Land

Start Date

29-4-2020 11:15 AM

End Date

29-4-2020 11:30 AM

Abstract

The average number of visitors all national parks get is 1.44 million visitors per day. National Park Service is an organization of the US government that seeks the preservation of the monuments and natural habitats in the United States. The allocation of National Parks is greatly shifted towards the west coast of America. The natural area of this region is indicative of the land needed to develop these types of national services. The observation of different types of attributes may lead to defining factors that promote the viability of different National Parks. By analyzing National Parks with the greatest amount of visitors in different samples we can observe the different aspects that may affect the visitors that visit parks per year. National Parks have historically been used to promote natural preservation and the observation of natural environments. The different aspects that result in the greater visitors in other national parks can be applied to natural perseverations in the Aurora area. The Aurora Forest Preserve is one such example of a park service or preserves that would benefit in an increase in visitors. For this project, Reese and I will look into great detail about the different aspects of national parks and nature preserve cultivation that lead to a greater amount of visiting in certain communities. The propagation of visitors to national parks in the Aurora area is the main goal that will be looked into during this project and throughout our websites. An applying of suggestions that will see an increase in the number of visitors to parks like Blackberry Maple Nature Preserve. The increase in visitation by members in the community may result in these facilities serving their purpose more efficiently.

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Apr 29th, 11:15 AM Apr 29th, 11:30 AM

The Sustainability of National Parks and Visitor Trends in the 21st Century

The average number of visitors all national parks get is 1.44 million visitors per day. National Park Service is an organization of the US government that seeks the preservation of the monuments and natural habitats in the United States. The allocation of National Parks is greatly shifted towards the west coast of America. The natural area of this region is indicative of the land needed to develop these types of national services. The observation of different types of attributes may lead to defining factors that promote the viability of different National Parks. By analyzing National Parks with the greatest amount of visitors in different samples we can observe the different aspects that may affect the visitors that visit parks per year. National Parks have historically been used to promote natural preservation and the observation of natural environments. The different aspects that result in the greater visitors in other national parks can be applied to natural perseverations in the Aurora area. The Aurora Forest Preserve is one such example of a park service or preserves that would benefit in an increase in visitors. For this project, Reese and I will look into great detail about the different aspects of national parks and nature preserve cultivation that lead to a greater amount of visiting in certain communities. The propagation of visitors to national parks in the Aurora area is the main goal that will be looked into during this project and throughout our websites. An applying of suggestions that will see an increase in the number of visitors to parks like Blackberry Maple Nature Preserve. The increase in visitation by members in the community may result in these facilities serving their purpose more efficiently.