NPS - Natural Resources Condition Assessment

Natural Resource Condition Assessments are a multi-disciplinary synthesis of existing scientific data and knowledge, from multiple sources, to help answer the question:
what are current conditions for important park natural resources? The objective of the project is to provide a snapshot-in-time

evaluation of resource condition status for an important subset of park natural resources.

Project findings, which include a written report and accompanying map products, will help individual Park managers:
� Develop near-term management priorities (how to allocate limited staff and funding resources); � Engage in watershed or landscape scale partnership and education efforts; � Conduct park planning (e.g., General Management Plan, Resource Stewardship Strategy); � Report program performance (e.g.

Department of Interior�s Strategic Plan �land health� goals, NPS Director�s State of the Parks reports).

The parks that are part of this natural resources condition assessment are Grand Portage National Monument, Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, Voyageurs National Park, and Mississippi National River and Recreation Area in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Related Programs

Natural Resource Stewardship

Department of the Interior

Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: National Park Service

Estimated Funding: Not Available

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All Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Units (CESU) partner institutions are eligible to apply for this funding opportunity.

CESU partners must need and expect substantial involvement from NPS staff to include, but not limited to collaboration, participation, project visioning or re-envisioning.

For more information about the CESU network see: Applicants must also be registered on the Central Contractor Registration website:

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