Holding Down The Fort

Volume 20, Issue 3: Summer 2019
Jon Burpee, Lewis and Clark National Historical Park Superintendent
From the Superintendent
As a park ranger, I have always loved questions. I love using questions to engage visitors to think deeply about
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Did the Expedition Actually Eat Candles?
On January 13, 1806, while at Fort Clatsop, Captain Lewis writes, “this evening we exhausted the last of our candles,
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In Memory of LCNPA Board Member, Cheri Folk
It is with great sadness that we report the recent passing of longtime Lewis and Clark National Park Association board
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ITEMS IN THE BOOKSTORE
Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter By Ben Goldfarb, 286 pages, Softcover In Eager, environmental
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Questions? and Answers!
Below are a few visitor questions (and the answers) that our park rangers have been asked. From LCNHP Ranger Alicea Powell:
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Visitor Orientation Project
Dear Friends, We are very excited to tell you about the new Visitor Orientation Project designed to expand and improve
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Jon Burpee, Lewis and Clark National Historical Park Superintendent
A Special Message From the Superintendent
Working Together to Enhance the Visitor Experience “If therefore there is anything under those circumstances, in this enterprise, which would
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PARK
Not yet a Lewis & Clark National Park Association member?
Become a member / Renew a membership The Lewis & Clark National Park Association was established in 1963 as a
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Fort Clatsop
Lewis & Clark National Park Association
Association Board Chairperson  Susan Deshon Vice-Chairperson  Chuck Albright Treasurer Rosemary Baker-Monaghan Directors Les McNary William M. Garvin Jean Danforth Chris
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