Regional Heritage: Calumet National Heritage Area Initiative

The Calumet Heritage Partnership has prepared a feasibility study to create a National Heritage Area for submission to the National Park Service (NPS). According to the NPS, National Heritage Areas (NHAs) are regions “designated by Congress as places where natural, cultural, and historic resources combine to form a cohesive, nationally important landscape.

Visit the Calumet National Heritage Area Feasibility Study Page to read the study.

Provide a Letter of Support for the Calumet National Heritage Area

The National Significance of the Calumet Region

National Heritage Area Managment Planning

National Heritage Area Feasibility Updates (pdf)

About the Process


Creating a Calumet National Heritage Area

News Coverage

Resources from CHP

Reports on Public Feedback

  • Brief Report on Findings from Public Comment Meetings (pdf) On October 21-22 and 24, 2015, as part of the 16th Annual Calumet Heritage Conference, the public was invited to comment on key section drafts of the feasibility study to create a National Heritage Area for the Calumet region. What did we learn from your input? How will the comments and suggestions be used to inform the full feasibility study?

Previous Research


Calumet Region Heritage Resources

Other National Heritage Areas and Efforts