From trails to exhibits, parks aim to increase accessibility

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From trails to exhibits, parks aim to increase accessibility

David Allgood uses a trail adapted for persons with disabilities to view a scenic overlook of the Green River at Mammoth Cave National Park in Cave City, Ky. National Park Service accessibility chief Jeremy Buzzell says nine parks across the U.S. have received more than $10 million in federal funding to design and build accessibility projects as examples for other parks.

From trails to exhibits, parks aim to increase accessibility

David Allgood uses a trail adapted for persons with disabilities to view a scenic overlook of the Green River at Mammoth Cave National Park in Cave City, Ky. National Park Service accessibility chief Jeremy Buzzell says nine parks across the U.S. have received more than $10 million in federal funding to design and build accessibility projects as examples for other parks.

From trails to exhibits, parks aim to increase accessibility

David Allgood and Tom Stokes overlook the Green River from a trail adapted for persons with disabilities at Mammoth Cave National Park in Cave City, Ky. National Park Service accessibility chief Jeremy Buzzell says nine parks across the U.S. have received more than $10 million in federal funding to design and build accessibility projects as examples for other parks.

From trails to exhibits, parks aim to increase accessibility

David Allgood and Tom Stokes use a trail adapted for persons with disabilities at Mammoth Cave National Park in Cave City, Ky. National Park Service accessibility chief Jeremy Buzzell says nine parks across the U.S. have received more than $10 million in federal funding to design and build accessibility projects as examples for other parks.
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