National Parks as Partners

Presenter(s): 

Malinee Crapsey, Interpretive Specialist, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
Erika Williams, Visual Information Specialist, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
Jacqueline Ashwell, Superintendent, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
Amanda Rowland, Education Specialist, Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Catharine Reznicek, M.Ed, Education Technology Specialist, Ventura County Office of Education

Moderator: 

Mary Lou Herlihy, Interpretive Media Specialist, Pacific West Region, National Park Service

Track: 

  • Business

Have you considered partnering with a National Park in order to tell a story, mount an exhibit, or create a dynamic program for the public? Discover resources, get ideas, reach new audiences, and understand the goals that National Parks, museums, and schools have in common. Several employees from different National Parks within the Pacific West region share examples of successful partnerships that help you consider the many ways in which your institution may benefit from and enjoy partnering with a park.
 

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