February 2011

 


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As-Built: Documentation of CCC-era Buildings, Structures and Landscapes at King’s Mountain National Military Park as Planned vs. Practiced: A Century of Design in the Parks Poster Session

As-Built: Documentation of CCC-era Buildings, Structures and Landscapes at King’s Mountain National Military Park as Planned vs. Practiced

A Century of Design in the Parks Poster Session

by on Feb 28, 2011
In News
All ‘dem Bones: Cleaning Oil from Archeological Bone.:

All ‘dem Bones: Cleaning Oil from Archeological Bone.

by on Feb 23, 2011
In News
Center for Historic Plants Seeks Volunteers:

Center for Historic Plants Seeks Volunteers

by on Feb 23, 2011
In News
The Civilian Conservation Corps and New Mexico State Parks: An Early Partnership with Lasting Effects: Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

The Civilian Conservation Corps and New Mexico State Parks: An Early Partnership with Lasting Effects

Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 22, 2011
In News
Adaptive Reuse of Several Buildings within the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument (SUCR) Visitor Center Complex Historic District: Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Adaptive Reuse of Several Buildings within the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument (SUCR) Visitor Center Complex Historic District

Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 22, 2011
In News
Government Rustic in Palo Duro Canyon State Park: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Government Rustic in Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 22, 2011
In News
Rethinking a Landscape Preservation Framework for the Developed Headquarters of Badlands National Park: Poster presented at A Century of Design in the Parks

Rethinking a Landscape Preservation Framework for the Developed Headquarters of Badlands National Park

Poster presented at A Century of Design in the Parks

by on Feb 22, 2011
In News
A Century of Design in the Parks Poster Session: June 21, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Drury Plaza Hotel

A Century of Design in the Parks Poster Session

June 21, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Drury Plaza Hotel

by on Feb 22, 2011
In News
A Splendid Sunset of Craftsmanship: The Civilian Conservation Corps in the Public Realm: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks

A Splendid Sunset of Craftsmanship: The Civilian Conservation Corps in the Public Realm

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks

by on Feb 22, 2011
In News
Challenges and Approaches to Preserving the Civilian Conservation Corps National Historic Landmark District and the Frijoles Canyon Archeological District, Bandelier National Monument: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Challenges and Approaches to Preserving the Civilian Conservation Corps National Historic Landmark District and the Frijoles Canyon Archeological District, Bandelier National Monument

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Assessing Effects of Climate Change on the Cultural Landscape: A Dual Approach: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Assessing Effects of Climate Change on the Cultural Landscape: A Dual Approach

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Designing the Parks: Formative Years and Risk Taking Revisited: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Designing the Parks: Formative Years and Risk Taking Revisited

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
The Power and Process of Creating Independence National Historical Park in Urban Philadelphia – Details Matter: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

The Power and Process of Creating Independence National Historical Park in Urban Philadelphia – Details Matter

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
The Second Century: Modernizing Park Buildings for the Next 100 Years: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

The Second Century: Modernizing Park Buildings for the Next 100 Years

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
The Development of the NPS Standard House Plans and Adaptations: The Early Seminal Designs, the Standard Designs, and their Modification: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

The Development of the NPS Standard House Plans and Adaptations: The Early Seminal Designs, the Standard Designs, and their Modification

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
The Survival of Mission 66’s Canyon Village in Yellowstone National Park: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

The Survival of Mission 66’s Canyon Village in Yellowstone National Park

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
PANEL: Mission 66, the Navajo Lake Visitor Center, and New Mexico State Parks: An Unexpected Convergence: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

PANEL: Mission 66, the Navajo Lake Visitor Center, and New Mexico State Parks: An Unexpected Convergence

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Texas Wildfires: Bastrop State Park and Beyond: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Texas Wildfires: Bastrop State Park and Beyond

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
A Century of Earthen Architectural Conservation in American Southwest National Parks: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

A Century of Earthen Architectural Conservation in American Southwest National Parks

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Modern Architecture and Preserving the Historical Milieu:  Richard Neutra’s Gettysburg Cyclorama and Visitor Center: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Modern Architecture and Preserving the Historical Milieu: Richard Neutra’s Gettysburg Cyclorama and Visitor Center

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Lessons from Alcatraz: The Concrete Preservation Institute’s Preservation-first Approach to Concrete Repair and Maintenance in the Context of Career Skills Training for Military Veterans: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Lessons from Alcatraz: The Concrete Preservation Institute’s Preservation-first Approach to Concrete Repair and Maintenance in the Context of Career Skills Training for Military Veterans

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Modern in the Mountains: Rustic Reinterpreted at Jackson Lake Lodge: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Modern in the Mountains: Rustic Reinterpreted at Jackson Lake Lodge

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Building on Dragons – Saving a Mission 66 NHL – the Quarry Visitor Center at Dinosaur National Monument: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Building on Dragons – Saving a Mission 66 NHL – the Quarry Visitor Center at Dinosaur National Monument

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Assessment and Preservation of Mission 66 Visitor Centers: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Assessment and Preservation of Mission 66 Visitor Centers

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Solving the “Recreation Problem”: The Development of the National Recreation Area: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Solving the “Recreation Problem”: The Development of the National Recreation Area

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Landscape Processes and Cultural Resources:  Shifting Perspectives to Protect Mendocino Woodlands: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Landscape Processes and Cultural Resources: Shifting Perspectives to Protect Mendocino Woodlands

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Indigenous Influences on National Park Service Design and Planning: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Indigenous Influences on National Park Service Design and Planning

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
“Supremely Ugly Museum:” Art Moderne at Ocmulgee National Monument: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

“Supremely Ugly Museum:” Art Moderne at Ocmulgee National Monument

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Restoring the Two-Step: Illuminating Texas Dance Terraces: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Restoring the Two-Step: Illuminating Texas Dance Terraces

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Built Sturdy, Left Fragile:  State Parks after the New Deal: Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Built Sturdy, Left Fragile: State Parks after the New Deal

Presented at A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Rocks, Logs and Circular Perfection: Design Parameters and Processes for Constructing Outdoor Theaters in the Nation’s Parks during the New Deal: Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Rocks, Logs and Circular Perfection: Design Parameters and Processes for Constructing Outdoor Theaters in the Nation’s Parks during the New Deal

Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Effects of Climate Change on the Long-term Deterioration Trends of Wood in Cultural Heritage: Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Effects of Climate Change on the Long-term Deterioration Trends of Wood in Cultural Heritage

Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Many Glacier Hotel – The 100-year Rehabilitation: Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Many Glacier Hotel – The 100-year Rehabilitation

Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 18, 2011
In News
Emerging Technologies: Their Evolution and Limitations within the Fields of Cultural Landscape Preservation and Interpretation: Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Emerging Technologies: Their Evolution and Limitations within the Fields of Cultural Landscape Preservation and Interpretation

Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 17, 2011
In News
Preservation, Innovation, and Education: Exploring the University Design Studio as a Platform for New Thinking in Resource Protection, Treatment, and Sustainability for the Next 100 Years: Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Preservation, Innovation, and Education: Exploring the University Design Studio as a Platform for New Thinking in Resource Protection, Treatment, and Sustainability for the Next 100 Years

Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 17, 2011
In News
Preserving the Denali Park Road: Ninety Years of Challenge and Perseverance: Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Preserving the Denali Park Road: Ninety Years of Challenge and Perseverance

Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 17, 2011
In News
The Blue Ridge Parkway: Exemplifying the Evolution of National Park Service Planning and Design: Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

The Blue Ridge Parkway: Exemplifying the Evolution of National Park Service Planning and Design

Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 17, 2011
In News
Perpetuating the Thrill of the Old-Time Road:  A Historical Perspective on Park Road Preservation: Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Perpetuating the Thrill of the Old-Time Road: A Historical Perspective on Park Road Preservation

Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 17, 2011
In News
Money Can’t Fix Everything: Facility Management Funding at the Flagstaff Area National Monuments: A Century of Design in the Parks

Money Can’t Fix Everything: Facility Management Funding at the Flagstaff Area National Monuments

A Century of Design in the Parks

by on Feb 17, 2011
In News
Finding Significance in Park Cultural Resources: Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Finding Significance in Park Cultural Resources

Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 17, 2011
In News
Park Historic Architecture Program Comes of Age with the Historic Preservation Act of 1966: Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

Park Historic Architecture Program Comes of Age with the Historic Preservation Act of 1966

Presented at a Century of Design in the Parks Symposium

by on Feb 17, 2011
In News
Ornamental Iron Workshop 2011:

Ornamental Iron Workshop 2011

by on Feb 15, 2011
In Materials Conservation, Training
Preservation and Treatment of Park Cultural Resources Course for NPS Facility & Maintenance Managers:

Preservation and Treatment of Park Cultural Resources Course for NPS Facility & Maintenance Managers

by on Feb 15, 2011
In News, Training
2011 Summer Internships at NCPTT:

2011 Summer Internships at NCPTT

by on Feb 11, 2011
In News
From Country to City: Advocating for Historic Landscapes:

From Country to City: Advocating for Historic Landscapes

by on Feb 09, 2011
In Archive, Events, Historic Landscapes
National Science Foundation Grant Enables Scientists to Advance Stone Treatments:

National Science Foundation Grant Enables Scientists to Advance Stone Treatments

by on Feb 02, 2011
In Materials Conservation, News
A Better Picture of the Past Using New Technologies:

A Better Picture of the Past Using New Technologies

by on Feb 01, 2011
In Archeology & Collections, Materials Conservation, News


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