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SHPOs and other staff from offices across the Pacific met on Guam to discuss World Heritage sites and management of Historic Preservation Fund grants at a workshop sponsored by the Department of the Interior and Guam Preservation Trust.

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Insular Areas Explore World Heritage Opportunities and Participate in Historic Preservation Grants Training


In collaboration with the Office of Insular Affairs, the National Park Service, and the Guam Preservation Trust hosted a two-day workshop on World Heritage sites and Historic Preservation Fund grant management on Guam from December 3 to 6.
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    Last updated: December 17, 2019