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Nez Perce participant at the recent Big Hole Battle Memorial

NEZ PERCE TRAIL FOUNDATION

Official Partner of the NPNHT

The support of the Nez Perce National Historic Trail, designated by Congress on October 6, 1986, is a major activity of the Nez Perce Trail Foundation. The Trail route is 1,170 miles long, beginning at Wallowa Lake, Oregon, and ending at the Bear Paw Battleground in Montana. The Nez Perce Trail Foundation is dedicated to the preservation, protection, and commemoration of all aspects of the heritage of the Nez Perce War of 1877 and its aftermath. A significant Foundation goal is to have the Nez Perce route available to auto travel, hiking, and equestrian use for experiencing the history, recreational and ceremonial observances.

 

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 Nez Perce Trail Foundation

VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETING to UPDATE and REVISE the

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN for the NEZ PERCE (NEE-ME-POO)

NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL

September 29, 2014

1 – 3:30 pm MDT

The public is encouraged to attend via Virtual Internet Broadcast. For more information, please see

http://www.fs.usda.gov/npnht

Click on “Quick Links” in the right column

“COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT PLAN REVISION”

The public is encouraged to view the video “A Landscape of History”  prior to the

virtual public meeting on Monday, September 29, 2014

The NPTF thanks you for your interest, ideas, input and participation!

 

 


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VIEW THE NPTF WEBSITE ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE

Our new web design is mobile friendly. Now you can access our site as you travel the trail.

As always, go to NezPerceTrail.net,  and we will be instantly formatted on your phone or mobile device.

 

 


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NEW! “Member of the Month” Page

Just send us a short bio., photo, and why the Nez Perce Trail is important to you (from personal experience or interest.)

You may be selected to be featured on our new Member of the Month page!

Please submit to Khnezpercetrail@gmail.com

 


 

Nu’nim Himyu’uma ka Lawtiwa’ama

(Our relatives and Friends)

The Official Language Program of the Nee-Me-Poo

Click here to find out more about the language

 

 


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*** NPTF Business Plans ***

The NPTF is developing new business development plans for 2015

Would YOU like to be a part of preserving and experiencing history? YOU can make a difference.

The NPTF and TRAIL Preservation efforts are growing, and we need YOU!

Current Openings:

Merchandising / Marketing Director

Project Directors (volunteer on-site work & projects TBD)

Please inquire at: Khnezpercetrail@gmail.com

These are voluntary positions, requiring accounting, inventory responsibilities, and travel.

Also Consider serving on the Executive Committee or Board of Directors

as Term Positions become Available

 


The National Park Service Turns 100!

On August 25, 2016, the National Park Service will mark its Centennial celebration, and will kick off a second century of stewardship of America’s National Parks.

For more information, please visit

www.nps.gov/centennial/

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 Ask for FREE Auto Tour Brochures

as a companion to the VIRTUAL TOUR

Available at the many official Nez Perce National Historic Trail Sites

 

(Click here to go to Virtual Tour)

(Click here to see feature as printed in Pathways Autumn 2012)

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Last updated: September 28, 2014 at 19:13 pm


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NPNHT Virtual Public Meeting

September 29, 2014, 1:00pm

Virtual

On Monday, September 29, 2014, from 1-3:30 p.m. MDT, NPNHT staff will host a “virtual” online public meeting. Because the NPNHT is a National Trail, staff wants to ensure that people who may not be able to attend one of the other eleven public meetings being held in Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Washington have the opportunity to participate in the revision process. Information on how to access the meeting can be found on the NPNHT website under the Comprehensive Plan Revision section.

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