Learn About the Park

Learn more about César Chávez, the farm worker movement, and their unprecedented successes that greatly improved working and living conditions and wages for farm workers.

Photos and Multimedia

Explore the monument through virtual tours, or view galleries of photos related to La Causa.

News

For new and releases about César E. Chávez National Monument people, places, events, and celebrations.

History & Culture

Under the leadership of César E. Chávez and others such as Dolores Huerta and Larry Itliong, along with support from millions of Americans, the farm worker movement joined forces with other reform movements to achieve unprecedented successes that greatly improved working and living conditions and wages for farm workers. Learn about their struggles.

Education

For help planning an educational program for teachers and schools groups.

Management

César E. Chávez National Monument is managed collaboratively by the National Park Service and the National Chavez Center, with initial operations funded in part by the America Latino Heritage Fund of the National Park Foundation, the official fundraising partner of the National Park Service.

Junior Ranger Program

Earn a badge for César E. Chávez National Monument by completing activities in our junior ranger book!

 
Desert cottontail near shrubs
Desert cottontails forage on herbaceous plants and shrubs in the monument, and may sometimes be seen not far from the visitor center.

Photo by: © Susie King

Nature

Learn about the natural world of the monument - rolling hills of oak woodlands and grasslands and animals that make the monument their home.

Last updated: November 7, 2017

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

PO Box 201
Keene, CA 93531

Phone:

(661) 823-6134

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