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USNPS International Bulletin for January-June 2023

Attached is our Bulletin of notable international activities undertaken by staff from NPS parks and programs over the past six months. Inside the Bulletin you’ll find the following items:

  • YOSE receives 2023 Terra Award · Canadian Fires Enlist Help from NPS ‘Hotshot’ Crews
  • NCPTT Assistance to Bolivia’s Tiwanaku World Heritage Site
  • Sharing NPS Visitor Management Expertise with Uzbekistan
  • NPS Commercial Services Chief Supports DOI-ITAP Training in Georgia
  • Multi-Country Moravian Church Settlements Nomination Submitted
  • US to Rejoin UNESCO · International Woman’s Day Brings Together Women in Conservation
  • US Embassies Feature National Parks During Independence Day Events
  • Flight 93 National Memorial Connects with Japanese Students
  • Pearl Harbor and Hiroshima Establish Sister Park
  • Big Bend and Mexican Sister Parks Conduct Joint River Trip & Workshop
  • Two Chamizals Establish Sister Park
  • Crater Lake Renews Sister Park with Slovenia’s Triglav
  • NPS Hosts Australia’s Parks Victoria
  • NPS Supports Visit of U.K. National Trust Official
  • NPS & DOI-ITAP Host Georgian Ministerial Delegation
  • Assateague Island Renews Shipwrecks Agreement with Spain
  • Scottish Volunteer-in-Parks Helps Sonoran Desert Network
  • NPS Podcasts Highlight International Volunteers-in-Parks!
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