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- A total of 428 stewards were trained and registered on database.
- Cultural Site Stewardship Program funding modified to extend program.
In a new program initiated to identify and plot mine locations along the Colorado River, the Lake Mead National Park Service (NPS) requested volunteers from CSSP. Of more than 75 respondents, 45 volunteers met the preliminary qualifications to participate.
The CSSP-originated database is highly effective and continues to produce information requested by federal agencies. Due to its success and in the absence of a state-wide system for stewards outside Clark County, the Nevada State Historical Preservation Office (SHPO) requested CSSP to share possession of its database program.
Antiquities; Prehistoric; Cultural property – Protection; Historic sites – Protection; Interagency coordination; Nevada; Vandalism – Prevention; Volunteers; Volunteers – Training of
Archaeological Anthropology | Civic and Community Engagement | Community-Based Learning | Cultural Resource Management and Policy Analysis | Historic Preservation and Conservation
Rees, M. N.
Southern Nevada Agency Partnership Cultural Site Stewardship Program – Program Expansion and Steward Retention: Quarterly Progress Report, Period Ending June 30, 2009.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/pli_cultural_stewardship/19
Archaeological Anthropology Commons, Civic and Community Engagement Commons, Community-Based Learning Commons, Cultural Resource Management and Policy Analysis Commons, Historic Preservation and Conservation Commons