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Director's Order #75A:
Civic Engagement and Public Involvement


(This appendix is provided for the convenience of reviewers of this draft Director's Order. When the Sourcebook becomes available, this section will be removed from the order.)

1. NPS Sources

Report on "The National Park Service and Civic Engagement"

Visitor Experience and Resource Protection handbook (U.S. Department of the Interior 1997):

Public Involvement: A Manual of Tools and Techniques, University of Idaho

Public Involvement Toolbox, NPS Rivers and Trails, Philadelphia Office:

Superintendent's Guide to Public Affairs:

2. Other DOI Bureau Sources

A Handbook for Outreach, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 2001

3. Other Federal Sources

EPA's Public Involvement Policy:

EPA's Public Involvement Web site

EPA: Community Culture and the Environment: A Guide to Understanding a Sense of Place

Federal Highway Administration's guidelines and policy:

US Army Corps of Engineers Everglades Outreach Plan

Forest Service

CEQ scoping guidance

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

4. Non-Federal Sources

International Association for Public Participation

International Association of Facilitators

Parks Canada's public involvement policy:

Oregon Conservation and Land Development Agency's policy:

The Institute for Participatory Management and Planning

Public Hearing: When and How to Hold Them

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