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DOI Announces $750 Million Investment to Restore and Protect America’s National Parks, Create Jobs

​Washington, D.C. – From the Statue of Liberty and Independence Hall to Yellowstone and Death Valley, the National Park Service will undertake more than 750 projects at parks across the country to create jobs, restore and protect our nation’s parks, and preserve our history and heritage for future generations, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced today. The projects reflect an investment of $750 million in our national park system (including $15 million at historically black colleges and universities) under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, part of more than $3 billion the Interior Department is investing in the nation’s economy under President Obama’s recovery plan.

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