What is NEPRA?
NEPRA is an association created to promote the advancement of the Park Ranger profession by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas through interaction with park professionals, educators and others interested in the Ranger profession. NEPRA plays a leadership role in encouraging the highest standards of public service in the region. The Association is committed to enhancing the Ranger profession through training, networking, research and social enrichment.
Click here to learn about the role of Park Rangers.
NEPRA would like to thank all those who donated items or services for our 2011 annual fundraising raffle.
- New Links on the "Links" page!
- Hello, NEPRA member!
Your executive board is looking for your advice, suggestions, and ideas.
Please answer our survey, posted at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ZQJMZYR
It should only take about five minutes. Please complete it by August
20th.We’re currently getting into the active planning stage for the next
conference and are discussing other training opportunities so your input will
Thanks, in advance, for your participation!
- Read the response letter from the office of the Governor, Deval Patrick
- The new "Group/Agency" Annual Dues amounts are now listed on theMembershippage.
- Want to be informed of upcoming events and take part in membership surveys?
Send your email address to: email@example.com
Please put "add me to the email list" in the subject line.
2012 NEPRA Conference
Take a look at the save the date card!!!
Wednesday, November 14th
Tower Hill Botanical Gardens, Boyalston Mass.
Please Support NEPRA!
Please bring a raffle item to help raise money for NEPRA. It's fun and for a good cause!
- Next: September 27th 2012 at Wachusett Ranger Station
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