National Park Trust Military Programs



This episode of Big Blend Radio features Ivan Levin, Director of Strategic Partnerships & Communications for the National Park Trust, who discusses the organization’s Military Family Programs. Watch here in the YouTube player or download the podcast on Acast.

National Park Trust supports military communities, including active military and Gold Star Families, military family survivors, veterans, and others. They provide these dedicated servicemen and women and their families with memorable outdoor park experiences in a variety of public parks, lands, and waters nationwide.

National Park Trust is a non-profit dedicated to preserving our national parks. The Park Trust accomplishes this goal through land acquisition to expand and “complete” our national parks and by creating a pipeline of future park stewards by connecting kids to parks. Established in 1983, the Park Trust has preserved nearly 30,000 acres in 31 states, one U.S. Territory, and Washington, D.C. In addition, since 2009, National Park Trust has engaged more than 3 million kids and families with the great outdoors through their national Buddy Bison School Programs and annual Kids to Parks Day. Find out more about the Park Trust’s mission of preserving parks today and creating park stewards for tomorrow at




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