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FREE Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area Interpretive Training

This free interpretive training is taking place in Seward on May 21, 8:00-5:30. All training sessions will be held at the National Park Service, Legends Building on the corner of Washington St. and 5th Ave in Seward and is sponsored by the National Park Service.


The day-long training is being geared specifically for small museums and interpretive sites within the KMTA National Heritage Area. It promises to be an engaging and enriching training event. If you’d like to learn more about the KMTA NHA, please visit our website at www.kmtacorridor.org


If you are interested in this training event or have questions, please contact Kaylene Johnson, Program Manager, KMTA National Heritage Area at 907-360-0480.


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