Activities in the Intermountain Region
Deer Medicine Rocks, view looking east. Photograph by Roger Whitacre, May 15, 2007.
The NPS Intermountain Region, Heritage Partnerships Program administers the National Historic Landmarks Program in the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Montana, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Wyoming. These 8 states encompass 239 Landmarks, all of which reflect the diverse history of the West. Among them are Hoover Dam, United States Air Force Academy, Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio, the mining towns of Leadville and Butte-Anaconda, Folsom Site, Mountain Meadows Massacre Site, Cherokee National Capitol, Apollo Mission Control Center, and the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.
The Heritage Partnerships Program helps citizens, agencies, organizations and communities identify, document, interpret, protect and preserve National Historic Landmarks within the 8-state Intermountain Region. This includes assistance in the preparation of Landmark nominations, historical documentation, historical and archeological surveys, treatment plans for stabilization and repair, and planning and education. For an overview of recent projects, click on the links below for the Heritage Partnerships Program State Reports for 2012.
Arizona HPP 2012
Colorado HPP 2012
Montana HPP 2012
New Mexico HPP 2012
Oklahoma HPP 2012
Texas HPP 2012
Utah HPP 2012
Wyoming HPP 2012