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What does GSDNP stand for?

GSDNP stands for Great Sand Dunes National Park (Mosca, CO)


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This year's Unilever Recycling at Work Sustainable Grant program recipients include the Flight 93 Memorial; Gateway National Recreation Area, Jamaica Bay Unit; Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve; the Ninety Six National Historic Site and Yellowstone National Park.
The Denver couple's latest book, "Valley of the Dunes: Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve," offers a peek at the "nooks and crannies" of the San Luis Valley with a focus on Colorado's newest national park.
Despite some initial opposition in the House, the expansion of Great Sand Dunes National Park by nearly 100,000 acres was approved and signed by President Clinton in November.
This year's Unilever Recycling at Work Sustainable Grant program recipients include: * Flight 93 Memorial - $17,500 for Sustainable Decking and a Ramp at the park's new headquarters building * Gateway National Recreation Area, Jamaica Bay Unit - $48,000 for Ecology Village Tent Platforms * Great Sand Dunes National Park National Park and Preserve - $7,900 for replacement of handicapped-accessible Dunes View Boardwalk * Ninety Six National Historic Site - $26,500 for refurbishment of Park footbridges * Yellowstone National Park - $50,000 for the Trails Fund Initiative Since 1998, Unilever has also awarded more than $1 million in discretionary grants through the National Park Foundation to enhance parks and support their sustainability initiatives.
This is exemplified by his past support for the creation of Great Sand Dunes National Park, by his work in the South Platte River Basin, and by his current work at the Department of the Interior to achieve full funding of the Land and Water Conservation Fund and to expand protection of our treasured landscapes.
95 Paperback F782 Author and photographer Neider gives us plenty of reasons to go or to stay with about a dozen descriptions of such luminous spots of land as Pike's Peak, the Great Sand Dunes National Park, and the Continental Divide, giving very detailed maps, comments and resources for more study.