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Cane River Creole National Historical Park and Cane River National Heritage Area Shared Visitor Center

The National Park Service is proposing to construct a new visitor center for Cane River Creole National Historical Park and Cane River National Heritage Area. The purpose of this project is to provide a central, readily accessible facility where visitors could be oriented to the region, learn about the area's resources and culture, foster pubic support and appreciation for Cane River's cultural resources, and provide readily accessible facilities for park and heritage area staff in accordance with the park and heritage area enabling legislation, management plans and NPS policy. There currently are no visitor center facilities for either the park or the heritage area, and park headquarters have inadequate space for offices.
 
Comment Period: Closed        03/15/2006 - 04/17/2006
Document Content:
Executive SummaryExecutive Summary   (2.9 MB, PDF file)
Table of ContentsTable of Contents   (355.5 KB, PDF file)
Purpose and NeedPurpose and Need   (1.4 MB, PDF file)
AlternativesAlternatives   (911.0 KB, PDF file)
Affected EnvironmentAffected Environment   (644.2 KB, PDF file)
Consultation & CoordinationConsultation & Coordination   (100.7 KB, PDF file)
ReferencesReferences   (115.6 KB, PDF file)
Appendix AAppendix A   (1.2 MB, PDF file)
Appendix BAppendix B   (117.9 KB, PDF file)
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