Three decades of NAPS history tells a story – a story of how a community works to preserve its unique features as it grows and changes. NAPS volunteers have worked hard to monitor, educate, and get their hands dirty helping locally and beyond. We work with many organizations, here and in neighboring areas, who share the same spirit. Together we can continue to make a difference, not just for our county, but for our country and world.
NAPS has many initiatives to educate and help residents, businesses, organizations, and government be good stewards of our land and water.
NAPS conducts and sponsors many educational programs and workshops for children and adults, and publishes newsletters, guides, and frequent informational flyers and brochures.
NAPS monitors county, state, and national issues and advocates for proper land use, resource preservation, conservation and good stewardship practices.