The Environmental Journal of Southern Appalachia
Sunday, 18 April 2021 17:25

What are your ideas and opinions about interpretation at the Manhattan Project National Historical Park?

Apr 22  5:30 p.m. EDT

Manhattan Project National Historical Park Stakeholder Engagement Community Meeting
National Park Service
Manhattan Project National Historical Park (MNHP)  is initiating a stakeholder process that will be used to help inform the park’s interpretive planning.

Zoom Meeting - Free and open to the public - RSVP

Interpretive themes convey park significance. Primary interpretive themes are the key ideas through which the park’s nationally significant resource values are conveyed to the public. They connect park resources to the larger ideas, meaning, and values of which they are a part. They are the building blocks—the core content—on which the interpretive program is based.

Find more details about the process, background information on the MNHP and register for the first meeting here.

The interpretive plan will provide guidance in developing future services, activities, events and exhibits in Oak Ridge, at the other MNHP locations, and through media outreach.

The recording of the April 13 national introductory webinar for this stakeholder process has just been released:

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