News Category: December 2012

  • Progress report

    Thanks to the support of our generous donors, the Shenandoah National Park Trust funded your park’s first climate change education program this year. The park developed great materials, including a new ranger talk, a visual presentation shown at park amphitheaters, podcasts and a special art project celebrating the endangered Shenandoah Salamander, the subject of Shenandoah’s climate […]

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  • Changes at Shenandoah

    We reported last month that Shenandoah National Park Superintendent, Martha Bogle, will retire at the end of the year. The National Park Service is currently reviewing job applications and we hope to have a new superintendent in place by spring. The restaurants, lodges and gift shops in the park will also be under new management. […]

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  • Winter Hiking

    Winter is a beautiful time to hike in Shenandoah. Leafless trees and clear skies provide unobstructed views. Fresh snow reveals animal tracks. And, sometimes, it can feel like you have the entire park to yourself. If you are planning a winter trip to Shenandoah, first visit the park’s website at for any weather-related alerts, […]

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