We’re all about data.
Volunteers are vital to National Park service research.
If we can gather volunteer data, we can better understand what drives us and the public’s interest in our parks.
We can’t do it all, of course.
We also need to collect data on what volunteers do, where they live, what they do for fun, and what they enjoy.
The National Park Services (NPS) has a set of volunteer-related metrics that they’re using to collect that data.
The data is very broad, so we’ll focus on the areas where NPS can’t and don’t collect data.
There are two categories: those that can be collected and those that aren’t.
We’ll focus here on the collected volunteer data.
These are the categories that can’t be collected because they’re not relevant to the research we do.
So, for instance, we’ll only include volunteers that are part of national parks in the US, but we’ll include them anyway.
The only areas that can collect volunteer volunteer data are National Parks in Canada, the U.S., and Canada.
We have a map with that information on our volunteer website, and you can find it at the bottom of this page.
The other areas that we do collect data from are the people who volunteer to be volunteers, but they can’t use the information for anything.
This is because there’s a legal requirement that we use volunteer data only for research purposes.
There’s also a legal obligation that we collect and share all volunteer data we collect.
So if we don’t want to share any of that information with others, we have to limit how much of it we share.
How do we do that?
There are a few steps that you can take to collect your volunteer data in a timely manner.
You can go to Volunteer Data and Set-Up and set up a volunteer profile.
This allows you to easily identify which people are participating in the program and what types of volunteers they are.
This can help us track the kinds of volunteers we want to target in future studies.
You’ll also want to create a profile that includes your name, your mailing address, your telephone number, and other identifying information.
You may want to do this even if you aren’t currently a volunteer.
If you’re not a volunteer, then you can create an account with the NPS to get started.
There, you’ll see a list of people who are already volunteers and how many of them are on that list.
That’s because you’re creating an account to create an individual profile that identifies you.
This helps us track how many volunteers we need to target with specific research questions.
When we’re ready to target a particular group of volunteers, we call that group a target.
You have to set up that group and create a new profile to be included on that target’s volunteer list.
You’re also able to add a profile to a specific group by selecting “add new profile.”
This is a quick way to add new members to that group.
Then, you can either share the information on your profile or give it to your designated contact.
If that contact wants to share the data with a larger group, then they can use a third-party service that will allow them to aggregate all the data from the target and then send it to the Nps.
The third-parties will then aggregate it and send it back to the designated contact to use for future research.
When you’re done with your new profile, you’re ready for the next step.
You need to fill out a volunteer form.
This form is similar to the ones that are already on the volunteer website.
We need to ask you a couple of questions to identify your interest in volunteering.
You fill it out on the website.
You print it out, take it to a kiosk that we’ve installed on the park, and put it in a locker at the park.
We’re not able to print it for you.
But we can do it for people who want to make their first donation, so you should do that.
You’ve now created a profile, and we’ll need your email address to send you the data.
You don’t need to use your current email address, but you should be able to use a valid email address and not be a spammer.
We only want to send data that we need from you.
The information that we send to you from this site will only be used to send research information that is related to your volunteer activities, such as your name and email address.
If there’s anything about your volunteer activity that we don: want to keep confidential, we need you to provide that information to us and not share it with anyone else.