The Year in Cultural Resources

It’s been a busy year!

Our Stories and Perspectives

So much going on that we don’t see. Roads, military, parks, safety, health. Government agencies perform massive amounts of work on behalf of citizens — present, past, and future — and we sometimes don’t notice it on a day-to-day basis. A simple example is the protection of cultural resources – our history.

A couple of years ago, the Park Authority’s Cultural Resource Management and Protection Branch (since divided into two branches, one for Archaeology and Collections and the other for Historic Preservation) listed 239 goals for the next few years. Staff worked on 86 of them from July 2015 through June 2016 (Fiscal Year 2016) and completed 30. Here are examples of what they’ve done, what they do, and what they plan to do.

Historians and archaeologists worked across the county with 30 teams that were creating master plans for parks and executing capital improvement projects. They analyzed cultural resources…

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