Two weeks left to apply to Youth Heritage Project!

Only two weeks left for students and teachers to apply to attend Discover Washington: Youth Heritage Project (YHP) at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, July 15-18, 2015.

Working with the National Park Service and the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, this year's program will explore the early settlement of the American West, the process and significance of archeological excavation, and the merits of reconstruction as a method of historic preservation. We’ve also got a campout and a canoe ride planned, so we’ll have plenty of fun while we learn!

Want to post an informational flyer about YHP in your classroom? Download one here!

We want students and teachers to get excited about historic places, so please join us!

What is YHP?

Discover Washington: Youth Heritage Project is four-day educational field school that engages high school students and their teachers by connecting them to historic, cultural, and natural resources in the real world. YHP is an applied social studies program designed to introduce historic preservation to a younger generation - the future leaders that will work to save the places that matter in Washington. Through grant fundng, we are pleased to be able to offer YHP free of cost to all accepted applicants, both students and teachers.

Posted on May 4, 2015 .