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In this virtual training, learn how to become a more effective communicator through tried-and-true improvisational theatre techniques.
The NEPA Citizens guide is for citizens to effectively participate in the review of environmental effects in Federal decision making.
Planning for a Changing Climate provides training on the incorporation of climate-smart adaptation principles into existing National Park Service planning efforts.
The Connected Conservation webinars highlight topics and tools aimed at furthering the practice of landscape conservation.
A suite of documents covering the assessment and investigation in ARPA cases.
This page is for the Historic Preservation Fundamentals Virtual Offering. All information and course materials are provided on this page.
The Trades Alive video series provides step-by-step tutorials on different aspects of historic preservation in parks.
The NPS has Section 106 Regional Coordinators assigned to each region. The contact information for each 106 Regional Coordinator is provided below.
The 2021 Cultural Resources Training Catalog offers both in-person classroom and online learning opportunities for National Park Service employees.
The programmatic agreement provides guidance to NPS Superintendents and cultural resource managers on using the PA during Section 106 reviews in parks.
This training is for Superintendents, Cultural Resource and Facility Managers using the Programmatic Agreement (PA) during the Section 106 review process.
As a federal archeologist your expertise must go beyond flakes, features, and fauna, to a working knowledge of cultural resource law and its implementation. Learn more about ARPA training opportunities here.
Over several decades, NPS staff at National Capital Parks East (NACE) has been converting areas from mowed turf into grassy meadow. Learn their process in this resource!
Section 106: Step One, Initiate the Process.
America’s archeological resources embody a rich heritage of human experiences and cultural identities. They tell us about people from the past and establish important connections to the present. Interpreters help archeologists fulfill the NPS mission by facilitating personal connections with archeological resources and encouraging stewardship. This learning series is to help interpreters become more familiar
In this learning activity, participants will learn about what interpreters do, how they do it, and the role(s) archeologists play in the interpretation of archeology.
Landscape Culture is a quarterly newsletter publication for landscape stewards prepared by the NPS Park Cultural Landscapes Program. You can find past issues here!
This competency describes the skills needed by interpreters and archeologists to effectively interpret the archeological resources of the National Parks.
Guidelines for oral history interviews from the Park History program.
The Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women documents the lives of women of the past and present for the future.
The Museum researches, collects and exhibits the contributions of women to the social, cultural, economic and political life of our nation.
This learning activity is for people who work at sites with historic resources and want to advance their knowledge of historic preservation standards and treatments.
A list of all the learning activities that are required as part of the Historic Preservation Fundamentals Learning Series.
This training is targeted to all park employees who may see a spill, such as a car rollover, incident on the beach, release from oil and gas operations on parklands, or otherwise come across a spill. It serves as a guide for employees to follow during their daily operations to prevent the spread of contamination and injury and to notify the correct response team.
Discover how concepts from improvisational theater can improve professional communication skills in a small, interactive group setting.