Hi @hikermor! Thanks for your informative message. I completely agree, the history and politics that go into National Park designations is all quite fascinating. I will touch a little bit on the history of the National Park Service in the beginning of my presentation prior to discussing five "lesser known" National Parks in detail. I'm sorry you feel as though the sign up process is obscure and convoluted, I wanted to have some sense of control regarding the registration and privacy with the Zoom information as there has been concern regarding security. Please know that the registration is completely separate from my site mailing list and the only email you would receive is the confirmation to the event containing the Zoom info. If you'd prefer, shoot me an email at Krista.email@example.com and I can share the Zoom Meeting ID and password with you directly. Hope this helps, would love to connect more to talk parks, wilderness, and the great outdoors 🙂
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Virtual Presentation - TOMORROW! Hi All - Posting info about a National Park related event: Join National Park enthusiast Krista Muscarella TOMORROW - Thursday, June 11th - at 8:30pm EDT/5:30pm PDT as she leads attendees in an evening of discovering some of the lesser known and least visited National Parks in the United States. Participants will explore highlights of five lesser known parks spanning the country from Dry Tortugas in Florida to Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska to the National Park of American Samoa in the South Pacific Ocean. While these may be some of the least visited parks, with careful planning and research, you too can Find Your Park! The presentation will conclude with a question and answer session relating to travel and National Parks. The presentation will take place via Zoom. Please register for the event at https://www.kristamuscarella.com/events in order to receive the Zoom Meeting ID and password via email. Krista is an avid traveler and hiker. She has been to 43 of 62 designated National Parks in the United States. She is a National Park enthusiast but is not employed with the National Park Service.
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