GOOD NEWS for nature lovers: Thanks to a massive land-preservation effort, Colorado's Great Sand Dunes National Monument and Preserve is primed to become the nation's 58th national park by 2005.
What does GSDNM stand for?
GSDNM stands for Great Sand Dunes National Monument (Colorado)
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For example, "sand boarding" is a dry version of surfing done on the sands of the Great Sand Dunes National Monument in Colorado.
A sport called sandboarding is coasting into the wilderness areas of several national parks, threatening endangered plants at Death Valley National Park in California and bringing chemical substances to Great Sand Dunes National Monument in Colorado.
Located in the San Luis Valley in southern Colorado, Great Sand Dunes National Monument was established in 1932 to protect 39 square miles of dunes.