The fight over the cross in the Mojave National Preserve ended with an agreement for a land swap.
What does NPRES stand for?
NPRES stands for National Preserve (US National Park Service
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Navy Personnel Research & Development Center
- National Puerto Rican Day Parade
- Nuclear Plant Reliability Data System
- National Project for Rinderpest Eradication (est. 1992; India)
- Negative Progesterone Response Element
- Non-Program Related Engineering (US Navy)
- Northfield Professional Resource Exchange (Minnesota)
- Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering (University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign)
- National Prison Rape Elimination Commission
- National Preparedness for Response Exercise Program (US Coast Guard)
- National Pensions Reserve Fund (Ireland)
- National Plumbing Regulators Forum (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
- National Puerto Rican Forum
- Negative Pseudo-Relevance Feedback (content-based video retrieval)
- Network Presenter Registration File (computing)
- North Plains Research Field (North Plains Groundwater Conservation District; Dumas, TX)
- Nurse Practitioner Rating Form (patient tool)
- National Partnership for Reinventing Government
- New Paradigm Resources Group, Inc.
- Nocturnal Primate Research Group (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
20,000 ACRES OF LAND being donated to California's desert parks, thanks to the Mojave Desert Land Trust's recent purchases of privately-owned homesteads, ranches, and mines within Death Valley, Joshua Tree, and Mojave National Preserve.
Equinox Wilderness Expeditions (604-765-3370) specializes in women-run rafting trips throughout Alaska, the Arctic National Preserve, and the Northwest Territories of Canada.
Safari Club International and the California Department of Fish and Game received permission from the Mojave National Preserve and the U.
95 1-940-565-2142 Originally written in 1976 (under the title "Assault on a Wilderness"), Saving The Big Thicket: From Exploration To Preservation, 1685-2003 is the environmental saga of a ten-year war between conservationists and timber companies concerning the 84,550 acres of the Texas Big Thicket National Preserve.