Indiana’s Department of Natural Resources Division of Historic Preservation & Archaeology is conducting an online survey to gather input regarding upcoming projects and initiatives. The department says feedback will help ensure preservation programs, staff resources and federal funding will meet the needs of Indiana communities.
Indiana’s Cultural Resources Management Plan is a comprehensive plan to guide local preservationists, DNR staff and Hoosiers in their work to preserve the state’s heritage resources, including historic downtowns and neighborhoods, bridges, cemeteries, schools, theaters, landscapes and archaeological sites. The DHPA is revising the plan for 2020-2026.
Access the online survey here by June 30.