Many park rangers and public land managers come from an environmental, biology, or wildlife ecology background, and yet still are required to manage cultural resources located on their property. This one-day training is designed to assist rangers and park personnel in the identification, protection, interpretation, and effective management of historical and archaeological resources. Attendees receive a workbook filled with information and additional contacts, as well as hands-on practice in filling out archaeological site forms and tips on providing interpretive information about their sites for visitors.

Division of Anthropology and Archaeology