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O Le Pupu-Pu'e National Park was the first Park established in Samoa at a time when the environment movement and concerns for our unique biodiversity and natural features was still only a passing thought. It has been forty-two years since the OLPPNP was established and the Park remains one of the as one of the few areas on Upolu island that has extensive protection from the ridge to reef. This third management plan proposes actions to resolve current management issues including the boundary, while also focusing on improving the delivery of services to protect the biodiversity and improve the experiences for the public visiting the Park.

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