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  • History/Settlement and Colonial HistoryHistoric Halifax; Roanoke; Secota; Brunswick Village
  • History/PlantationsHistoric Hope Plantation; Poplar Grove Plantation
  • History/African AmericansWilmington’s 1898 Memorial; Montfort Marines Museum; Tillery Resettlement Farm; pea Island lifesavers; Jarvisburg school; Princeville Town Hall
  • Military History/Rev. War and Civil WarCSS Neuse; Fort Anderson (Brunswick Town); Governor Caswell Memorial; Civil War Trails; Moore’s Creek
  • MilitaryHistory/Pirates and Coastal ProtectionCape Hatteras Lighthouse; Blackbeard; Pea Island
  • Maritime HistoryLighthouses
  • Military History/WWI, WWII, Korea, VietnamAirborne & Special Ops Museum; 82nd Airborne Memorial; Veterans Memorial (Rocky Mount); British Cemetery (Ocracoke)
  • Military History/Current Military Bases and Operations Camp Lejeune; Fort Bragg; Seymour Johnson Air Force Base
  • Working Traditions/WatermenOregon Inlet; Ocracoke Ferry; Wanchese; Watermen/Crabbers; women net makers
  • Water & sporting – fishing and hunting
  • Agriculture
  • Cultural traditions, arts and folklifePocosin Arts ; Carvers at Poplar Grove; basket making; Blount-Bridgers House; Imperial Center; Coastal Carolina Museum
  • ENC Today/Historic Neighborhoods Company housing Roanoke Rapids; Kinston; Tarboro
  • ENC Today/Historic CommunitiesBellamy Mansion; Old Firehouse New Bern
  • ENC Today/Historic ChurchesReligious traditions
  • Historic CourthousesChowan County; Northhampton County; Hoke County; Halifax County
  • ENC Today/Historic DowntownsColumbia; Raeford; Wilmington; Halifax
  • Some unique that add to a sense of placeB’s BBQ in Greenville; Nahunta Pork Center near Goldsboro; Burrus Market in Hatteras; Birthplace of Pepsi
  • ENC Today/Natural Resources—from river to sound to sea
  • Redevelopment of Urban Structures/and reuse
  • Trails and recreational resourcesRoanoke Rapids; Museum of Coastal Carolina; Merchants Millpond; Tarboro Town Common; Pocosin lake NWR
  • Natural resources

Public Meetings March 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Eastern North CarolinaNational Heritage Area
    Public Meetings
    Lake Waccamaw, Kinston, & Elizabeth City
    March 2011
    This project received funding from
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 2. Tonight’s Agenda
    Welcome & Introductions
    Overview of Planning Project& Update
    Overview of Heritage Area Project
    Breakout Session & Discussion
    Report Back to Larger Group
    Next Steps
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 3. Feasibility Study Schedule & Process
    • Meetings with Commissions and stakeholders (July 2010 & On-going)
    • 4. Site visits - over 100 sites in 40 counties (October 2010 through Mar 2011)
    • 5. First round of Public Meetings (Mar 29, 30 & 31, 2011)
    • 6. Develop Resource Assessment and Themes (July 2011)
    • 7. Second round of Public Meetings – 2 meetings (Early Fall 2011)
    Discussion of Alternatives
    • Final Public Meeting – Agreement on Alternative (Late Fall 2011)
    • 8. Write Draft Report (Nov 2011)
    • 9. Publicize Draft Report and solicit comment (Dec 2011)
    • 10. Collect letters of support (Dec & Jan 2011)
    • 11. Finalize Feasibility Study report and submit to
    National Park Service and to Congress (end of Jan 2011)
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 12. What is a National Heritage Area?
    A National Heritage Area (NHA) is a place designated by the
    United States Congress where natural, cultural, historic, and recreational
    resources combine to form a cohesive, nationally significant landscape
    arising from patters of human activity shaped by geography.
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 13. What National Heritage Areas are NOT…
    National heritage areas do not appear to have directly affected the rights
    of property owners. To address property concerns, the designating
    legislation of 13 of the 24 heritage areas and management plans of at least
    6 provide explicit assurances that the areas will not affect property owners’ rights.
    GAO Report, March 30, 2004
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 14. 49 NHAs in the United States
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 15. Other NHAs in North Carolina
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 16. Eastern North Carolina – Feasibility Study
    Before Congress considers designation of a National Heritage Area, it
    needs information about the quality of the resources and whether the
    resources and the region meet the established criteria for an NHA.
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 17. Eastern North Carolina – Study Area
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 18. Criteria of a Feasibility Study
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 19. Criteria of a Feasibility Study
    • Has an assemblage of natural, historic and cultural resources that together tell a
    nationally significant story and are important to the heritage of the United States
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 20. Criteria of a Feasibility Study
    • Represents distinctive landscapes and aspects of our American heritage worthy
    of recognition, conservation, interpretations and continuing use
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 21. Criteria of a Feasibility Study
    • Reflects traditions, customs, beliefs and folk life that are a valuable part of the
    national story
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 22. Criteria of a Feasibility Study
    • Provides outstanding opportunities to conserve natural, cultural, historic
    and scenic resources
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 23. Criteria of a Feasibility Study
    • Provides outstanding recreational and educational opportunities
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 24. Criteria of a Feasibility Study
    • Has the resources and traditional uses that are important to the identified
    stories and themes of the region, and retains a degree of integrity capable
    of interpretation
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 25. Criteria of a Feasibility Study
    • Includes residents, private property owners, business interests, organizations,
    local government and others in the planning of the NHA
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 26. Criteria of a Feasibility Study
    • Is best managed through partnerships among private and public entities
    at the local and regional levels.
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 27. What We Have Learned…
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
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  • 49. Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 50. We need you to…
    • Remain involved throughout the planning process
    • 51. Participate in each round of the Public Meetings
    • 52. Respond to surveys, emails and questionnaires
    • 53. Review the Draft Report and comments and write letters of support
    • 54. Be an Ambassador and help spread the word
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 55. What we need to know…
    What are the places that you like to visit or tell others to visit?
    What do you see as the heritage of Eastern North Carolina?
    What are the important stories of Eastern North Carolina?
    (these don’t necessarily have to be from the past)
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 56. Next Steps…
    What happens after today?
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 57. How to Communicate
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study
  • 58. August R. Carlino
    www.hanburypreservation.com/active_projects/encnha
    This project received funding from
    Eastern North Carolina National Heritage Area Feasibility Study