John Freemuth, executive director of the Andrus Center for Public Policy, and William Lowry, a professor at Washington University, co-authored an article titled “Reform, Don’t Replace, the National Park Service.” The article is part of the National Parks Traveler’s Centennial Series. The authors note that the National Park Service is facing serious challenges relating to the preservation and management of public lands, leading some to call for the agency’s dissolution. But privatizing parks or running them as franchises will not be as popular as imagined, nor as beneficial as promised, they say. Read the National Parks Traveler post, 8/10/16, here.
Originating Source: Boise State Update – Freemuth post 8/10/16, National Parks Traveler, post 8/10/16