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Fallon, Nevada. April 16, 2013. The State Historic Preservation Office, Nevada Archaeological Site Stewardship Program is sponsoring a workshop
Millions of men and women joined the armed forces during World War II, moving to huge, newly constructed and rapidly expanded military bases for training. American industry geared up to build those training facilities and provided almost two-thirds of all the Allied military equipment produced during the war including 297,000 aircraft, 193,000 artillery pieces, 86,000 tanks and two million army trucks. In four years, American industrial production, already the world’s largest, doubled in size. The output of the machine-tools to make weapons tripled in three years.
The workshop will also present information about Nevada’s Site Stewardship Program.
Increased visitation to Public Lands has overwhelmed archaeologists and law enforcement officers. The Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Reclamation, Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Park Service have joined with the Nevada State Historic Preservation Office to create a statewide volunteer site stewardship program. The state office trains site stewards to become vital “eyes and ears” for public land management agencies.
Site stewards are crucial to the preservation of the archaeological, historic
The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) is an agency of the Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. The Department serves Nevada’s citizens and visitors by actively conserving, protecting, managing and enhancing the state’s natural resources in order to provide the highest quality of life.