• Workshop participants in Moraine Park. PLHC photo, 2013.
  • Student Jaci Wells talks with students and faculty at McGraw Ranch. PLHC photo, 2015.
  • PLHC interns Mark Boxwell, Maggie Moss Jones and Sean Fallon at their summer 2016 internship with the restoration crew in Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Professors and graduate students come together for a round table discussion as a part of the American West Program's fall 2016 signature event, "The Color of Our Parks."
  • Dr. Camille Dungy delivers a stunning poem on Rocky Mountain ecosystem interconnectedness while offering her perspective on NPS interpretation at the American West Program's "Color of Our Parks" lecture on September 29, 2016.
  • The PLHC team, including Dr. Janet Ore, Dr. Jared Orsi, and Maren Bzdek, with park staff. PLHC photo, 2013.
The Public Lands History Center is a group of university-based historians who use stories about the past to help partners within and beyond Colorado State University to resolve “real world” problems that are of concern to us all. We use history to shed light on contemporary problems related to the management and protection of protected areas, historic places, and habitat.


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