Ice Age National Park Justified

In 1958, Ray Zillmer wrote, “[Wisconsin's] glacial moraines answer all the requirements for a national park.” He created two organizations, made a speaking tour and pressured officials to further his proposal. In response, Congressman Henry Reuss introduced bills in Congress to create an Ice Age National Park in Wisconsin. But Zillmer died in 1960. Instead of becoming a national park, his proposal was bifurcated into a National Scenic Trail and a National Scientific Reserve.

The following articles comprise a three-part series that shows an Ice Age National Park still satisfies the National Park Service’s criteria for a new national park.

> National Significance

> Suitability

> Feasibility and Status

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