The Cultural Resources Office of Interpretation and Education (CROIE) works across boundaries to celebrate our rich, complex, and intertwined histories to enable Americans to live powerfully in a diverse democracy. We inspire the stewardship of America's special places. CROIE promotes inclusive historic preservation and diversity in the cultural resources workforce through youth program internships. We promote relevance, diversity and inclusion in interpretation and education about cultural resources.CROIE joins with the Park NAGPRA Program, Tribal Historic Preservation Program, and the Cultural Anthropology Program, within its parent organization the NPS Tribal Relations and American Cultures (TRAC) Program.
Last updated: December 19, 2016