Heritage Areas Focus on Organizational Sustainability
Organizational Sustainability Workshops took place to provide information and guidance to the not-for-profit organizations that manage the NHAs.
July 5, 2018 || Posted by: F. Calarco (NERO)
Annual Workshop for the Intermountain Region National Heritage Areas
This annual workshop allows for the park service to recieve feedback from the heritage areas and provide training for their staff in a variety of disciplines.
July 20, 2018 || Posted by: F. Calarco (NERO)
The Mastheads - Arts Programming in Upper Housatonic Valley National Heritage Area
The Mastheads is a public humanities project in Pittsfield, MA that works with the City of Pittsfield and the Upper Housatonic Valley National Heritage Area to produce an annual writers-in-residence program, educational programming, and more.
September 13, 2018 || Posted by: F. Calarco (NERO)
Cycle the Erie Canal – Trails in New York State
Cycle the Erie Canal is an annual event where hundreds of cyclists travel 400 miles across the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor from Buffalo to Albany in upstate New York.
September 20, 2018 || Posted by: F. Calarco (NERO)
Pedal and Paddle – Recreation in Schuylkill River Greenways National Heritage Area
Pedal and Paddle is an event series by Schuylkill River Greenways National Heritage Area that allows people to cycle and kayak along the Schuylkill River Trail.
October 2, 2018 || Posted by: F. Calarco (NERO)
History and Social Justice – Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center
The Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center opened its doors in 2018 to share stories of border crossings, freedom seekers, American history, and social justice.
October 15, 2018 || Posted by: F. Calarco (NERO)
Baltimore Immigration History Featured on Podcast Series
The Baltimore National Heritage Area worked with the NPS Northeast Regional Office to produce a series of podcast episodes on Baltimore’s immigration history. A panel of speakers gathered at the Baltimore Immigration Museum to discuss how German, Irish, Jewish, and Italian immigrants, as well as African Americans, moved to Baltimore in the 1800s and described how each played a unique role in shaping the city.
November 1, 2018 || Posted by: F. Calarco (NERO)
Last updated: April 12, 2019