CCSP Past Projects
Through the Challenge Cost Share Program (CCSP), the NPS assists and supports the work of its partners. The types of projects are wide-ranging, but always related to national historic trails. These include projects involving original research on trail-related topics, development of outdoor wayside exhibits, resource preservation activities, or creation of educational materials.
View a list of past projects (PDF) funded by the National Trails Intermountain Region, with staff in Santa Fe and Salt Lake City.
In case you didn't know, staff with the National Trails Intermountain Region administer nine national historic trails:
El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail (jointly with the Bureau of Land Management)
Old Spanish National Historic Trail (jointly with the Bureau of Land Management)
Did You Know?
For 25 years (1821-1846), when New Mexico was part of the Republic of Mexico, El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro was the road that Missouri merchants - known as Santa Fe traders - used to reach Mexico's interior markets. Dry goods and hardware were traded for bullion and mules.