The North York Moors National Park is to cut more staff and scale back its operations after another cut to its budget.
A meeting on Monday will discuss plans to save £720,000 over the next year with the loss of 13 posts.
Andy Wilson, chief executive of the park authority, claimed the cuts would leave the park less well protected.
Since 2010, the authority’s grant from central government has dropped by more than 24%.
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