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Concrete barracks foundations step down a slight slope in dry grass with the reconstructed Amache water tower rising in the background.

Amache Special Resource Study Newsletter

Please review this newsletter for an introduction to the special resource study and other topics, including:
-Frequently Asked Questions
-Information About the Study Area
-Study Area Map
-Study Process Details
-How to Participate
-Public Meeting Schedule so far. (Additional California locations are planned, information will be updated under the 'Meeting Notices' section of this webpage as logistics are finalized.)

The newsletter includes questions for stakeholders to consider. You may provide input and ideas in multiple ways:
1. Here online by answering the topic questions.
2. At a public meeting
3. By mailing written comments to the address listed in the newsletter and below.

Your thoughts and ideas are important to us. Thank you for your interest and participation!
Comment Period: 02/06/2020 - 05/31/2020
Comment period closes May 31, 2020
at 11:59 PM Mountain Time in:
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Topic Questions:
1. What is your vision for preserving Amache? How would you like to see the site managed? What types of activities and experiences do you want to see as part of Amache's future?
2. Do you have any ideas or concerns that the National Park Service should be aware of and/or address in the study process?
3. What objects, buildings, remaining features, values and stories do you believe are most important and why?
4. What do you think differentiates Amache from the other nine Japanese American incarceration camps?
5. Do you have any other ideas or comments you would like to share with us?
Document Content:
Amache-Newsletter_508_updateddates.pdfAmache-Newsletter_508_updateddates.pdf   (673.4 KB, PDF file)
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