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National Trust Testimony on Shash Jáa National Monument and Indian Creek National Monument Act (January 9, 2018)

The National Trust for Historic Preservation provided testimony on legislation to revoke the Bears Ears National Monument designation and replace it with two small monuments covering just 15 percent of the cultural landscape protected by the original monument. Vice President for Government...

NTHP Testimony - H.R. 4532 Bears Ears_.pdf

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On the Hill: The President’s Budget Request Meets Congress

Last month Congress completed long-overdue work on FY17 spending bills, wrapping 11 of them into an Omnibus appropriations bill that the president signed into law on May 5. While the Omnibus came more than halfway through the fiscal year, it brought a number of highlights for historic...

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National Trust Testimony on FY 2018 Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Budget

Statement of the National Trust for Historic Preservation Tom Cassidy, Vice President for Government Relations and Policy on Fiscal Year 2018 Interior, Environment and Related Agencies Appropriations Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate Submitted: May 26, 2017​​ ...

NTHP FY18 Interior Appropriations Testimony Senate.FINAL.pdf


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Testimony: Examining the Consequences of Executive Branch Overreach of the Antiquities Act (May 2, 2017)

Testimony submitted by Stephanie Meeks, president and CEO of the National Trust for Historic Preservation to the House Natural Resources Committee Subcommittee on Federal Lands on May 2, 2017 regarding "Examining the Consequences of Executive Branch Overreach of the Antiquities Act." Testimony...

NTHP Testimony HNR Federal Lands Antiquities Act Hearing 5-2-17.pdf


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On the Hill: A Look Back at 2016 and the 114th Congress

Every quarter we’ll bring you the latest information related to historic preservation and public policy. In this issue we’re taking a pause in our work to protect historic preservation priorities in 2017 to acknowledge some of the work that occurred in 2016. As Washington, D.C.,...

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National Trust Advocacy Materials on Bears Ears

1. Comments to Secretary Zinke from the National Trust for Historic Preservation regarding the review of national monuments since 1966, specifically Bears Ears National Monument. (May 25, 2017) 2. National Trust Testimony: Utah Public Lands Initiative Act: In this testimony to the House...

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National Trust Testimony on Senate Markup (June 30, 2016)

Testimony given by Thomas J. Cassidy, Jr. the Vice President of Government Relations and Policy for the National Trust for Historic Preservation on June 30, 2016 before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources during the business meeting to consider pending legislation. The testimony...

NTHP Testimony SENR Markup 6-30-16 Final.pdf


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Public Lands in Public Hands: National Trust Weighs in at Congressional Forum

On Wednesday, June 15, Democrats serving on the House Committee on Natural Resources hosted a forum dubbed Countering Extremism on America’s Public Lands, due in part to lawmaker concerns following the takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon by Ammon Bundy and others for more...

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National Trust Testimony for Public Lands Forum: Countering Extremism on America’s Public Lands

This is testimony of the National Trust for Historic Preservation provided by Pamela Bowman, Director of Public Lands Policy to the House Committee on Natural Resources Democratic Forum: Countering Extremism on America’s Public Lands on June 15, 2016. Description of the Forum On...

National Trust testimony Public Lands Forum.pdf

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Testimony to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources - March 17, 2016

On March 17 the National Trust submitted testimony in support of the Civil Rights Network and the creation of the Sewall-Belmont House National Historic Site, which was recently announced as a new National Park Service Unit. #testimony #NationalParkService #Advocacy

Civil Rights Network Testimony - FINAL.pdf