The primary mission of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Resource Management and Science Division (Inventory & Monitoring Branch) is to protect and conserve natural resources throughout the park for both current and future generations. Protection and conservation are accomplished primarily through day-to-day resource management and science activities that include inventory, monitoring, restoration, data management, and data dissemination. Ultimately these activities inform park policy, the public, and the park management team as to the status and trends of natural resources within the park so that sound stewardship and management decisions can be made. Southeast Conservation Corps:   SECC empowering young adults to cultivate compassion, responsibility, and

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