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As Bandelier National Monument and the National Park Service near their 100th anniversaries in 2016, a process of reassessing the value and direction of all 402 NPS units is underway.
Each unit is developing a foundation document that examines its core purpose and significance, its most important resources and values and the interpretive themes that tell the park’s important stories.
Bandelier Superintendent Jason Lott is soliciting the public’s help in developing that document, by asking what they value about the park.
“Certainly there’s hiking and archeology and a couple of other things, but you have your own connections,” Lott said. “You see value in a lot of different ways. Maybe it’s your business — there’s a value there, or maybe the fact that it’s close and accessible and in your backyard.
“We’re going to ask you what you really think about your time with Bandelier, your experiences, and we want to understand why it’s important. Because we’re going to take this foundation document, and it actually is going to be key to everything we do. Anything that we’re looking at in the park, it needs to come back to this foundation plan.”
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