2014: Accomplishments include the NTIR organization website; three interpretive media workshops; two trail mapping workshops; a National Pony Express Association Strategic Plan; 36 National Register nominations; 13 certifications; 21 wayside exhibits; 322 mobile app stops; closed captioning for 10 videos; and 45 sign plans for 805 road signs across 262 miles for seven national historic trails.
2013: Accomplishments include a 5-year Strategic Plan; a Leadership and Tribal Outreach Workshop; three mapping workshops; 21 National Register nominations; 11 videos posted to YouTube; 15 certified sites; 39 wayside exhibits; and 210 highway and pedestrian signs installed across 63 miles.
2012: Highlighted achievements include feasibility studies for the Chisholm and Great Western National Historic Trails and for Butterfield Overland Trail; a comprehensive management plan for El Camino Real de los Tejas; 30 National Register nominations for three trails; 18 completed Challenge Cost Share projects; 12 new certified sites; four tribal listening sessions; 56 new wayside exhibits, and much more.
2011: Accomplishments include feasibility study work on possible route additions to Oregon, California, Mormon Pioneer, and Pony Express national historic trails; a draft NTIR Five-Year Strategic Plan; 18 Challenge Cost Share Projects completed; Social Media Strategy completed; 37 National Register of Historic Places nominations; a Cultural Resource Workshop in Albuquerque; 76 new wayside exhibits; and a trip to Mexico City to collaborate on the preservation and protection of El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro and El Camino Real del los Tejas cultural resources.
Last updated: January 16, 2018