Why Do We Need National Parks & Why Are They Important?

The importance of national parks for conservation
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Hayk
Hayk
4 months ago

We need fresh air, clean water and healthy food. Without them, we would die. The leaves of plants make fresh air. Their roots hold the soil together, which stops erosion and helps keep our waterways clean. National parks have lots of plants so they play a big part in keeping our environment healthy. National parks are places for people to relax in and enjoy. There are lots of things to do in a national park such as swimming, skiing, painting, mountaineering, taking photographs, enjoying the view, and taking in the fresh air. National parks are places for everybody to learn… Read more »

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