Felt sole boot ban and new boating season

Protect Yellowstone from aquatic invasive species: Aquatic invasive species (AIS) could have devastating ecological, economic, and recreational impacts on Yellowstone National Park. They are costly to manage and extremely difficult to eradicate. Due to the urgent need to prevent these destructive species from entering the park, felt sole waders and boots worn by anglers will…

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Yellowstone recruiting for 2018 Youth Conservation Corps program

How would you like to work, learn, play, and serve in the world’s first national park? Yellowstone is currently recruiting for the 2018 Youth Conservation Corps (YCC), a residential work-based education program for young men and women between the ages of 15 and 18. https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/news/18007.htm Read more here:: Yellowstone National Park NEWS

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Yellowstone initiates criminal investigation related to bison release

On the morning of January 16, 2018, staff at Yellowstone National Park discovered 52 bison, held at the Stephens Creek facility for possible quarantine, had been released from the pens. The National Park Service has initiated a criminal investigation of this incident. https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/news/18003.htm Read more here:: Yellowstone National Park NEWS

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