Preservation 50

Preservation 50

 

2016 marks the 50th Anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act. The Hiawatha National Forest is committed to protecting significant heritage resources, to share their values with the American people, and contribute relevant information and perspectives to natural resource management. Hiawatha National Forest is celebrating “Preservation 50” with a variety of heritage projects that will help us maintain and promote cultural resources into the future!  Check out some of those stories here…

 

Youth Archeology (pdf)

Coalwood Passport in Time (pdf)

Soldiers Lake Pavilion (pdf)

Sandtown Planting (pdf)





https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/hiawatha/learning/?cid=fseprd515810