The National Park Service designates New River Gorge as a national river because of the valuable resources it has, both natural and cultural. The riverway's ecosystem and the various wildlife and plants in the surrounding region offer considerable educational benefits, and those who enjoy history will be fascinated by the restored buildings and ruins of various coal towns that appear throughout the park. It was established in 1978 as as a unit of the National Park Service, and to this day it continues to thrill visitors.
This oval lapel pin features two-color artwork depicting the New River coursing through the Gorge. Etched on the pin are the name of the park and the date of its establishment in the National Park Service.
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