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Second Annual Sacred Places Summit - Sept. 21-22, 2022 - Virtual

NATHPO is proud to announce the Second Annual Sacred Places Summit will be held virtually September 21-22, 2022.
This year’s theme is THPOs at 30 – Making Meaningful Mean Something.

 

Mark your calendars for the Second Annual NATHPO Sacred Places Summit, a virtual event, to be held on September 21 & 22, 2022. The stars will align yet again with this year’s theme THPOs at 30 – Making Meaningful Mean Something. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the 1992 amendments to the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) that created the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO) program. What progress has been made in the last three decades, where are we now, and where should we be heading? Tribal, federal & state agency, legislative, and industry voices will engage in how to create lasting, transformational changes to Protect Native Places. As promised, we’ll also check on the progress made over the last year and identify goals to make meaningful strides forward in the year to come.

Stay tuned for agenda!

Free Registration ($0.00): Free registration to NATHPO’s 2nd Annual Sacred Places Summit for Tribal leadership, representatives, and staff. Please note: other attendees, including private/state/federal representatives, need to register using one of the other options.

Tribal Registration with Donation ($60.00): Free registration to NATHPO’s 2nd Annual Sacred Places Summit for Tribal leadership, representatives, and staff. Please note: other attendees, including private/state/federal representatives, need to register using one of the other options with donation to NATHPO.

Other Participant Registration ($120.00): Registration to NATHPO’s 2nd Annual Sacred Places Summit for other attendees, including private/state/federal representatives and non-Tribal participants

Other Participant Registration with Donation ($180.00): Registration to NATHPO’s 2nd Annual Sacred Places Summit for other attendees, including private/state/federal representatives and non-Tribal participants with donation from those who wish to support NATHPO's ability to provide free registration to Tribal Members, Staff, & Representatives.

Host Sponsorship: Contribution of $20,000

  • Logo on Summit homepage page with link to your homepage
  • Logo on virtual Summit agenda page with link to your homepage
  • 2 solo social media posts with your logo
  • Host opportunity during Welcome and Closing Sessions
  • Two complimentary registrations


Platinum Level Sponsors: Contribution of $10,000

  • Logo on Summit homepage and sponsorship page with link to your homepage
  • Logo on virtual Summit agenda page with link to your homepage
  • 1 solo social media post with logo
  • 1 complimentary registration


Gold Level Sponsors: Contribution of $5,000

  • Logo on Summit homepage page with link to your homepage
  • Logo on virtual Summit agenda page with link to your homepage
  • Inclusion in 1 Gold Level Sponsor social media post
  • 1 complimentary registration

Silver Level Sponsors: Contribution of $2,500

  • Logo on Summit homepage and sponsorship page with link to your homepage
  • Logo on virtual Summit agenda page with link to your homepage
  • Inclusion in 1 Silver Level Sponsor social media post
  • 1 complimentary registration

 

Bronze Level Sponsors: Contribution of $1,000

  • Logo on Summit homepage and sponsorship page with link to your homepage
  • Logo on virtual Summit agenda page
  • Inclusion in 1 Bronze Level Sponsor social media post
  • 1 complimentary registration

 

General Level Sponsors: Contribution of $500

  • Logo on Summit homepage and sponsorship page with link to your homepage
  • Logo on virtual Summit agenda page

Sponsorship recognition deadline is August 31, 2022, for printing purposes.
For more information, please contact Valerie Grussing, NATHPO Executive Director at valerie@nathpo.org Office (202) 628-8476 Cell (252) 531-7540

Courtesy of the Suquamish Tribe
Courtesy of the Suquamish Tribe
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
Legend informs us these chalk hills are the mat lodge homes and longhouse of Coyote’s wives. The “chalk hills” are eroded glacial lake deposits. Foster Creek, Bridgeport, Washington.
Coyote’s Consorts – Crystal Miller 2021