Keeping National Parks Relevant in the 21st Century: A Report on a Conference Convened by the National Park Service Northeast Region and the National Parks Mid-Atlantic Council at Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 14-15, 2005
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200 Chestnut Street 21“-century relevancy appendix Associate Regional Director audiences and communities Bethel A.M.E. Church Bill Withuhn Bob Stanton century civic engagement Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Conference Participant Quotes Conservation Study Institute cultural resource Cynthia MacLeod David Campt dialogue Director Mary Bomar employees engage new audiences evaluation Evaluation Strategy Fifth Floor Philadelphia George Price groups heritage Hispanic identiﬁed identify Independence National Historical Keeping National Parks Leading Change learning Mainella National Historic Site National Historical Park National Park Service National Park System National Parks Mid-Atlantic National Parks Relevant natural and cultural Northeast Region 200 Northeast Regional Director NPS Education Council NPS is known NPS Northeast Region Office Business Plan organizations Outdoor Recreation P.O. Box Park Service Northeast Parks Mid-Atlantic Council partners partnerships reﬂect Region 200 Chestnut Regional Director Mary Regional Office Business Service Northeast Region Stanton Stewardship stories Strategic Framework Subcluster Chair Superintendent Tammy Bormann Tara Morrison vision workforce diversity