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Environmental History and the National Parks

In March 2010 the National Park Service (NPS) and ASEH organized a one-day workshop on environmental history and the national parks in Portland, Oregon. This workshop was a preliminary step in encouraging the integration of environmental history in Park Service management and interpretation. Workshop organizers established a blog to continue our collaboration: http://asehandthenationalparks.blogspot.com/.

George Wright ForumThe August 2011 issue of The George Wright Forum features environmental history in the national parks, based on ASEH's workshop in Portland. For more information, see:
http://www.georgewright.org/node/5383

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