The Association of National Park Rangers (ANPR) is an organization created to communicate for, about, and with park rangers; to promote and enhance the park ranger profession and its spirit; and to support the management and perpetuation of the National Park Service and System.
What does ANPR stand for?
ANPR stands for Association of National Park Rangers
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We have 10 other meanings of ANPR in our Acronym Attic
- Army Nuclear Power Program
- Association Nationale pour la Protection des Plantes (French: National Association for the Protection of Plants)
- African Network for the Prevention and Protection Against Child Abuse and Neglect
- Associazione Nazionale Perseguitati Politici Italiani Antifascisti (Italian: National Association of Persecuted Italian Political Antifascists)
- Asociacion Nacional Pro Personas Mayores (Spanish: National Association for Hispanic Elderly; Los Angeles, CA)
- Army Navy Petroleum Pool, Pacific
- Alliance New Product Quality Procedure
- All, No, Prompt Off, Quit, Yes (FTP response to commands on some servers)
- Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
- Advance Notice of Public Rulemaking (US EPA)
- Atlantic Networks for Prevention Research (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
- Automatic Number Plate Reading (license plate camera system)
- Automatic Number Plate Recognition
- Atrial Natriuretic Peptide Receptor A
- Australian National Psychic Readings Association
- Atrial Natriuretic Peptide Receptor B
- Advance Notice of Proposed Rule Making
- Advance Notice of Public Rulemaking (US DHS and US EPA)
- Advanced Naval Propulsion Symposium (ASNE)
- American National Straight Pipe (pipe thread)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Society is changing," said Ken Mabery, president of the Association of National Park Rangers.
Commenting on the survey findings, Association of National Park Rangers President Ken Mabery said: "We hope that all levels of Interior and National Park Service leadership will examine the results of this poll as a first step to improving resource and employee conditions in the National Park Service.