Thursday, August 3, 1pm at the Sacajawea Learning Center
2700 Main Street, Salmon, Idaho 83467
We all love Lemhi County for its uniqueness and one of the things that makes it special is the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. The National Park Service, in partnership with organizations and individuals dedicated to preserving and conserving the special sense of place along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, are developing an interactive website of the Trail to help visitors better experience the activities, attractions, places and people along the Trail.
They are looking for local residents involved or interested in tourism in our area to tell the story of the places they would recommend people to visit and nominate these on the website.This Geotourism project is designed to support the public’s use and enjoyment of the Trail without adversely impacting the resources and communities along it.
The free program is asking local people along the length of the Trail to identify and map what is unique about their communities. All sites, attractions, or businesses that fit the sustainable Geotourism Criteria (see website) are eligible to be nominated.
People can make nominations at www.LewisandClark.Travel
In addition, the National Park Service and their program collaborators, Solimar International (solimarinternational.com) will be visiting Salmon on Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 at 1:00 pm to host an approximately 3 hour workshop at the Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural, and Educational Center, 2700 Main street, to provide information about the program and how nominations work.
If you are able to attend, please come to learn more about the program and how to nominate your favorite local sites, attractions, and businesses. If you can’t attend you can visit the website to make a nomination.
Please also share this invitation with others who might be interested in participating in the program.