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IAN has joined forces with the University of Richmond and the National Park Service (NPS) to undertake the first Natural Resource Condition Assessment for Shenandoah National Park. The project was initiated this September with a two day trip to the Park that involved a guided tour by NPS staff highlighting the Parks resources and threats, followed by a workshop to outline project specifics. The project will run over the next 18 months with involvement from Simon Costanzo, Alex Fries, Tracey Saxby and Bill Dennison from IAN and Todd Lookingbill and Justin Madron from the University of Richmond.
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