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[Assignment: 48-DPA-08-09-08_SOI_K_NG_MOU] Signing event, at the National Geographic Society (NGS) headquarters in Washington, D.C., for Memorandum of Understanding  [promoting geotourism--tourism that helps sustain or enchance the environmental, cultural, aesthetic, historical character and well-being of a place and its residents--as a collaborative approach among government agencies and private partners.] [48-DPA-08-09-08_SOI_K_NG_MOU_IOD_9035.JPG]

[Assignment: 48-DPA-08-09-08_SOI_K_NG_MOU] Signing event, at the National Geographic Society (NGS) headquarters in Washington, D.C., for Memorandum of Understanding [promoting geotourism--tourism that helps sustain or enchance the environmental, cultural, aesthetic, historical character and well-being of a place and its residents--as a collaborative approach among government agencies and private partners.] [48-DPA-08-09-08_SOI_K_NG_MOU_IOD_9035.JPG]

 
 
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Subject: Signing event, at the National Geographic Society (NGS) headquarters in Washington, D.C., for Memorandum of Understanding [promoting geotourism--tourism that helps sustain or enchance the environmental, cultural, aesthetic, historical character and well-being of a place and its residents--as a collaborative approach among government agencies and private partners.] Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [joined NGS President and Chief Executive Officer John Fahey, Jr., NGS Executive Vice President Terry Garcia, National Park Service Director Mary Bomar, Agriculture Under Secretary for Natural Resources and the Environment Mark Rey, Bureau of Indian Affairs Director Jerold Gidner, Bureau of Land Management Deputy Director Henri Bisson, Fish and Wildlife Service Deputy Director Kenneth Stansell, and Forest Service Associate Chief Sally Collins, among other dignitaries, at the gathering.]

Photographer: Tami Heilemann--Interior Staff
[Assignment: 48-DPA-08-09-08_SOI_K_NG_MOU] Signing event, at the National Geographic Society (NGS) headquarters in Washington, D.C., for Memorandum of Understanding [promoting geotourism--tourism that helps sustain or enchance the environmental, cultural, aesthetic, historical character and well-being of a place and its residents--as a collaborative approach among government agencies and private partners.]

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09/07/2008
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