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Pinnacles Employees and Tribes in Pacific West Region Win Nation's Heritage Awards

2023 Cultural Resource Awards

During each May for Preservation Month, the National Park Service (NPS) Pacific West Region recognizes employees and Tribes who have exceeded their mission to protect the nation's heritage. That includes preserving historic buildings and artifacts, operating museums, co-stewarding parks lands with Tribal partners, and sharing the history of these sites with the public. This annual award recognizes individuals for their creativity and outstanding contributions to this mission.

Pinnacles National Park's own Superintendent (Blanca Alvarez Stransky), was recognized specifically:

  • Award for Superintendent - Blanca Alvarez Stransky
    At Pinnacles National Park, wildland fire is a hazard facing the unique landscapes, historic buildings, and irreplaceable museum collections. In 2023, Pinnacles Superintendent Blanca A. Stransky convened a park-wide team of employees to tackle this issue from multiple angles.

Way to go Blanca! You make us all proud.

For details about the 2023 Cultural Resource Awards, visit the Pinnacles National Park Web site.


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