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2019 Draft Cultural Resources Management Plan/Environmental Assessment

The draft Isle Royale Cultural Resource Management Plan/Environmental Assessment (CRMP/EA) presents a long-term, comprehensive strategy for managing the nonwilderness cultural resources of Isle Royale National Park to ensure consistent and appropriate identification, to inform preservation treatment, and to guide future interpretation of these resources. This document provides specific guidance and sets priorities for the management of the cultural resources of Isle Royale. It identifies future research needs to expand knowledge of Isle Royale's rich human history. This document will also inform the development of resource-based interpretation for a future interpretive planning effort and will help guide the overall management direction of the cultural resources of the park.

The CRMP/EA is part of Isle Royale National Park's planning portfolio. It addresses some elements of the park's required management plans; additional elements will be addressed in future planning documents. Other elements required for the management of cultural resources specifically will be found in the park's future wilderness stewardship plan—including the treatment and use of historic structures, historic districts, and cultural landscapes in wilderness and potential wilderness at Isle Royale.
 
Comment Period: Closed        08/06/2019 - 09/06/2019
Topic Questions:
1. Please provide your comments on the Draft EA. The planning team seeks input regarding the accuracy and adequacy of the information and analysis presented in the plan or information that could influence changes to the preferred alternative.
Document Content:
508_ISRO_CRMP_2019_07_31_final.pdf508_ISRO_CRMP_2019_07_31_final.pdf   (6.7 MB, PDF file)
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