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The NPS Cultural Landscapes Program is dedicated to the preservation of cultural landscapes.
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Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission Jul 22
The WSCC is excited to partner with and to bring you two podcasts commemorating the centennial! Catch the first episodes on Aug. 5.
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NPSParkCLP Jul 22
"What are the evolving responsibilities of heritage conservation professionals and advocates in confronting climate change?" ICYMI live on June 10, listen to the Queries & Theories webcast with & others:
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Latino Outdoors Jul 22
Today we will be celebrating & ways that the Latinx community is contributing & cultivating better representation of all Latinx people, history, and heritage. Participate in a Tweet Chat today at 10AM PT. Get your gifs and answers ready!
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US/ICOMOS Jul 22
Reserve now to join us for A Free Webinar on U.S. Civil Rights Movement Sites and the World Heritage List on Thursday, July 30th at Noon EDT:
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NPS Climate Change Jul 21
Located mostly on a low-lying barrier island, is certainly vulnerable to climate change. This just-released vulnerability assessment provides a foundation to help park staff adapt to climate change. Download the full report at
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Library of Congress Jul 20
On this date in 1848, the Seneca Falls Convention ended and attendees signed the “Declaration of Sentiments." Did you know the original manuscript is missing?
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NPSParkCLP Jul 20
The latest Designing the Parks blog post highlights connections between women leaders and activists, horticulture, and landscape preservation:
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NPSParkCLP Jul 16
The "Old Apple Tree" of Vancouver, Washington has died, but its legacy continues in the reconstructed orchard :
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Point Reyes NPS Jul 15
Say hi to Ruby, one of the park's summer interns! She'll be doing virtual outreach during Latino Conservation Week 7/18 thru 7/26. Stay tuned for a week of fun and informative posts! (ca)
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NPSParkCLP Jul 13
New blog post from the 2020 Designing the Parks team, exploring Alice Longfellow & the formal at Longfellow House:
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NPSParkCLP Jul 4
On at 11am (ET), please join in viewing a community reading of "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?," an address delivered by Frederick Douglass on July 5, 1852:
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NPS Climate Change Jul 1
A great story! Check out this thread to see how is rehabilitating the Flamingo Visitor Center in the face of climate change.
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NPSParkCLP Jun 29
Replying to @belmontpaulnps
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NPSParkCLP Jun 29
Replying to @belmontpaulnps
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Belmont-Paul NPS Jun 29
Megan has been doing an amazing job leading us through the planning process for the Centennial Commemoration. +
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NPSParkCLP Jun 26
Movie Night? 'Beatrix Farrand's American Landscapes' Available on PBS through July 15
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US/ICOMOS Apr 15
Celebrate with a virtual trip to Mesa Verde National Park, one the first in the U.S. US/ICOMOS member has created a fantastic virtual introduction to the wonders of Mesa Verde that you can visit any time:
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GU Kalmanovitz Jun 23
📣 We are now streaming KI's event on "Gender, Race, Class and the Vote: From the 19th Amendment to COVID-19" with and . Follow along on this thread and join in with ! You can watch the event on KI's Facebook page:
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Jun 19
After the Civil War, AA found few opportunities to buy land. Many turned to sharecropping, farming someone else’s land & paying the landowner a share of the crop. But with the cost of rent, food, seed, & tools, most sharecroppers owed money to their landlord
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NPSParkCLP Jun 19
On , we honor and celebrate the day when African Americans in Galveston Bay, TX were notified of their freedom. We also reflect on how the struggle for equality has continued since 1865, with the help of a set of excellent resources from :
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