CRDIP | A Dangerous Past

CRDIP | A Dangerous Past

A Dangerous Past Written by: Jessica Lynch New River Gorge National Park is full of small West Virginia coal and coke mining towns all along the river. Visitors learn about mining operations and how the region fueled the industrial revolution of the late 1880s. Miners...
CRDIP | Learning about Lithics!

CRDIP | Learning about Lithics!

Learning about Lithics! Written by: Sofía Muñoz Me doing transects to determine if a potential grazing site is of archeological significance. Hello! This summer I am spending my time as an intern at Capitol Reef National Park working with the cultural resources team....
CRDIP | From Kamloops to Carlisle?

CRDIP | From Kamloops to Carlisle?

From Kamloops to Carlisle? Written by: Eric Chiasson, Tribal Policy Analyst Intern, Tribal & Cultural Affairs, NPS-Region 1 Kamloops, British Columbia (nytimes.com) Our government’s formal recognition of Juneteenth as a federal holiday commemorating the end of...
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