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Limited Financial Assistance Available to Attend NATHPO Conference!

Dear NATHPO Members,

We have heard from some of you that you want to attend the 24th Annual NATHPO Conference & Sacred Places Summit this summer, but lack of funding is preventing you. We are thrilled to announce that we have secured a bit of financial assistance to help offset some costs of attending our conference!

Please let us know immediately if you require this assistance to join us August 12-16, 2024, at the Ho-Chunk Gaming Resort in the Wisconsin Dells. Funding is available on a first-come first-served basis and as NATHPO members, you get top priority! With support from BIA, we can provide registration and lodging for up to 10 people.

Email today to take advantage of this opportunity!

NATHPO Community Calendar & Job Board & Grant Opportunities

Stay current on important happenings using our new Calendar of Events, and post your own to share! And let us know if you have a job posting you would like to share and we'll post it on our Community Job Board. AND don't forget to browse our listing of relevant Grant Opportunities.

Save The Date! 2024 NATHPO Annual Conference & Sacred Places Summit

The 24th Annual NATHPO Conference & Sacred Places Summit will take place August 12-16, 2024, at the Ho-Chunk Gaming Resort in the Wisconsin Dells. Register here and take advantage of the regular rates through August 1, stay tuned for more details, and be sure to mark these days on your calendars!

If you would like to become one of our conference sponsors, please contact please contact Melissa Madrigal at Information about sponsorship rates is available HERE.

Thank you for all you do to protect culturally important places that perpetuate Native identity, resilience, and cultural endurance, and to empower Tribal preservation leaders.

Valerie J. Grussing, PhD
NATHPO Executive Director | 202-628-8476

THPOs: this is your organization! Your participation and support through membership and dues make our work possible. JOIN OR RENEW TODAY! Founded in 1998, the Association is a national non-profit membership organization of Tribal government officials who implement federal and Tribal preservation laws.