Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage Area – Management Plan and Workshops
Next week, the Crossroads Association is holding a series of meetings throughout the state to discuss how the Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage Area will develop over the next 5-10 years. At the meetings, our management consultants will explain the current draft alternatives and ask for your input on what should be emphasized.Considering your stake in the Crossroads endeavor, we would be honored if you would take part in one of these meetings and help chart the Crossroads course.
The federal statute that established our Heritage Area requires that a written management plan be approved by the U.S. Department of the Interior to guide Heritage Area priorities. The final plan will serve as a blueprint for future Heritage Area activities. This will have an impact on how the Heritage Area can serve the groups and organizations important to you.
One focuses on how the ideals and ideas of the American Revolution can serve New Jersey today.
A third concentrates on welcoming vistors by promoting heritage tourism.
One emphasizes physical preservation and conservation of historic structures and landscapes. (currently being drafted)
Still another highlights telling the story of New Jersey 's role in the American Revolution to raise consciousness among state residents. (currently being drafted)
Kevin Tremble, President
Cate Litvack, Executive Director
Workshop and Webinar Schedule
Thursday, Feb. 4 10:00 - Noon Church on the Green, Hackensack
If you can't come to a meeting, please join our Online Webinar on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 7:00 - 8:30.
[Note: You must register for the webinar. Send an email that includes your name, affiliation, municipality, phone number and your wish to participate to: email@example.com]
Please share this invitation with your constituents, members, friends and anyone else who has an interest in preserving and promoting New Jersey 's pivotal role in our nation's fight for independence.