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22nd Annual National Tribal Preservation Conference - Virtual

1/25/2022 - 1/28/2022


The 22nd Annual National Tribal Preservation Conference will be virtual January 25-28, 2022. This year’s conference theme is Unity and Healing. Native voices — power in unity, healing in restoration.

When we speak with united voices, we are powerful. When lands, languages, practices, and ancestors are restored, we heal.

As always, count on NATHPO to provide a diverse, compelling agenda full of solutions-focused programming including: learning opportunities, listening sessions, cultural presentations, and most importantly, a space to come together. While we will not be together in person, this conference will remind us we are members of a brilliant community working together to Protect Native Places. Our hope is that you will be reinvigorated and ready for all the opportunities of 2022.

Information on submitting a presentation proposal, sponsorships, and award nominations can be found on the 22nd Annual Conference page at

All things are bound together. All things connect. -Chief Seattle (Suquamish & Duwamish)

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National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers (NATHPO)
(202) 628-8476
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1/25/2022 - 1/28/2022
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The Department of the Interior has numerous consultations and listening sessions throughout the year: Consultations and Listening Sessions Schedule | Indian Affairs (

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