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National Park Service seeks input on Parkers Crossroads Battlefield

The National Park Service is initiating a planning process to prepare a foundation document for Parkers Crossroads Battlefield, recently recognized as an Affiliated Area of the National Park Service.
The Battlefield seeks public input on the effort.
A foundation document identifies a unit’s core purpose and significance, it’s most important resources and values, and the interpretive themes that tell its unique and significant American story.
As an affiliated area of the National Park System, the Parkers Crossroads foundation document will provide a basis for first steps in prioritizing planning and data needs that will guide the battlefield in future management decisions.
It will inform future operational decisions by documenting what is most important about the unit and understanding what is needed to protect and preserve those assets.
A foundation document public meeting is scheduled at the Parkers Crossroad Battlefield Activities Building on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 7- 9 p.m.
This meeting will be an opportunity to discuss the foundation document process with City of Parkers Crossroads and National Park Service staff, and to submit thoughts and ideas to the planning team.
The Activity Building is at Tour Stop 7, at 150 Federal Lane, Wildersville, Tennessee.
To provide feedback online go to: before Nov. 20.

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