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Garetolia National Parks and Recreation Service

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Garetolia National Parks and Recreation Service
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Agency overview
Formed22 July 1986; 34 years ago (1986-07-22)
JurisdictionGaretolian government
HeadquartersUle'eka, West Cona County
Employees7,363 (2019)
Annual budget$4.085 billion (2019)
Agency executives
Parent agencyMinistry of the Interior
Websitewww.ganapars.gov

The Garetolia National Parks and Recreation Service, commonly referred to as GANAPARS, is an agency of the Garetolian government that manages and regulates standards for all Garetolian national parks and ecosystem preserves. It was created on 22 July 1986 by the Parliament of Garetolia through the Green Protection Act.

Tantamount to the United States' National Park Service, GANAPARS is a subdepartment of the Garetolia Ministry of the Interior whose main goal is to protect and preserve all national parks and ecosystem preserves in Garetolia. As of February 2021, there are 17 national parks, 14 ecosystem preserves, and 6 Historical Structures. GANAPARS has the power to create legislation for the parks without interference by Parliament.

In total, GANAPARS is divided into 39 units: 2 of which are administrative, and the rest assigned to each protected area.



1990 map of the original six areas, still showing the original 5 counties

History

GANAPARS started out in 1986 as the Green Protection Agency, listing five major parks as national parks and one ecosystem preserve.

Current designated areas

Image Name Date designated County
Peplua National Park Peplua National Park 12 July 1988 Central
Ant'iala National Park Ant'iala National Park 12 July 1988 Southern Cona
Fir & Spruce Trees Ecosystem Preserve Fir & Spruce Trees Ecosystem Preserve 12 July 1988 Central
Mioanhatiin Centre National Park Mioanhatiin Centre National Park 12 July 1988 North Mioanhatiin, South Mioanhatiin
Sli'ka National Park Sli'ka National Park 12 July 1988 Eastern
Waterfront National Park Waterfront National Park 12 July 1988 Western Cona
Fallen Garetolians Obelisk Fallen Garetolians Obelisk 16 November 1990 Western Cona
Fernandes de Queirós Plaza Fernandes de Queirós Plaza 16 November 1990 Eastern
Pasik'i Ol'o Ecosystem Preserve Pasik'i Ol'o Ecosystem Preserve 16 November 1991 Filan
Cona Canyon National Park Cona Canyon National Park 16 November 1992 Southern Cona
Ant'iala Bay National Park Ant'iala Bay National Park 16 November 1992 Southern Cona
De l'Anse Bridge De l'Anse Bridge 16 November 1993 Eastern
Eucalyptus Ecosystem Preserve Eucalyptus Ecosystem Preserve 19 January 1994 Southern Cona
Lod'oka Lighthouse Lod'oka Lighthouse 19 January 1997 Eastern
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