National Historic Trails: Connecting People and Places Through Preservation

Wednesday, June 19th 10:15 a.m.

National Historic Trails are routes of a national significance that help tell the story of the nation. The state of Missouri is uniquely positioned to celebrate this heritage because six National Historic Trails and Route 66 pass through our state, comprising over 1,500 miles of trails and affecting numerous communities. Come join National Park Service National Historic Trail staff and trail partners to hear how your community and state can benefit through preservation, development, and promotion of historic trails for public use, enjoyment, education and inspiration


Kristin Van Fleet
Landscape Architect, National Trails Intermountain Region

Lee Kreutzer
Cultural Resources Specialist, National Trails Intermountain Region

Kaisa Barthuli
Program Manager, Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program

Dan Wiley
Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail



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