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Free “Pocket Ranger” Application Connects Users to the Great Outdoors of Tennessee

New Mobile App Now Available for Tennessee State Parks

Free “Pocket Ranger” Application Connects Users to the Great Outdoors NASHVILLE – The Department of Environment and Conservation has partnered with the Parks by Nature Network to launch Tennessee State Parks Pocket Ranger®, a free iPhone and Android application for park visitors on the move. “With more than 31 million visits…

GPS Adding More Precision To Conservation

Unless lost in Atlanta, Georgia residents may not consider using a Global Positioning System on an everyday basis. For wildlife biologists, however, GPS technology means completing conservation work faster, more efficiently and for less money. The first GPS satellite was launched in 1978 but use has only been widespread in…

High-Tech Treasure Hunt Launches May 11 in Minnesota State Parks

For those who love playing with new gadgets, searching for treasure and exploring the great outdoors, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has combined all three in a new event they are calling the Minnesota State Parks Geocaching History Challenge. Courtland Nelson, DNR Parks and Recreation Division director, said…