If you’re like us here at Union Atlantic Electricity, you care deeply about the environment. At Union Atlantic Electricity, we strive to give our customers the best possible electric services- while deriving the electricity from sustainable, environmentally friendly sources. We would never want our energy sources to compromise the earth that we all share. We offer residents and businesses basic and green products – products that are sustainable, offered at rates that are affordable. With that said, we have much appreciation and love for the world that makes our products and homes run. We have a particular interest in US nature, being electric providers in this country, especially the New England region. Across New England and the whole country, there are a variety of beautiful National Parks that offer picturesque view, flora and fauna and much, much more. Without further ado, here are some of our favorite National Parks across the country.
Yosemite is often heralded as one of the most beautiful national parks in the whole country. This is for a variety of reasons. The park, which was established in 1890, offers picturesque views and flora and fauna that are unique to the Yosemite Area. The park lies in the western Sierra Nevada mountain range in California. It was designated a World heritage Site in 1984, and is recognized worldwide for the giant cliffs and sediment mountains it has. Truly, Yosemite is a sight like no other and perfectly typifies the arid, California climate and aesthetic nature. The park also has waterfalls, granite mountains, sequoia trees and groves, glaciers, meadows and more. There is truly so much to be explored within the Yosemite wilderness.
Yellowstone National Park is another iconic figure in the US Parks System. Yellowstone spans across Wyoming, Montana and Idaho and it was established on March 1, 1872. It was the first national park in the United States and many say it is also the first real national park in the world. There are many parts of Yellowstone National Park that give it its icon status, including, Old Faithful Geyser, a cone geyser with highly predictable geothermal behavior (it has erupted every 44 to 125 minutes for years). There are many types of ecosystems represented within Yellowstone National Park but among the most popular are the alpine forests, which are beautiful and include all manner of different flowers, plants, trees, animals and more.
The Grand Canyon was the 15th named national park in the United States, but for a lot of people it’s their number one favorite. The Grand Canyon really is unlike other place in the world. This system of tributary canyons has colorful rocks and unique layers that date back to prehistoric times. The canyon was created by the Colorado River, which today runs right through the canyons and is another one of the park’s impressive natural features.