NPS Cultural Resources Climate Change Strategy

At The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum, we are feeling the effects of climate change. Because we are perched high on a riverbank overlooking the confluence of the Mississippi River and Pike Creek, whatever impacts the river and its shore is something we pay close attention to. Due to the…

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#Weymu40 – Weyerhaeuser Museum a Place for Wildlife

The site of The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum, a high spot on the western bank of the Mississippi River overlooking the confluence of Pike Creek, was once a corn field belonging to the Smuda family, which lives across the street. Lindbergh State Park and the Lindbergh Historic Site are…

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#Weymu40 – The Mighty Mississippi

The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum is located next to a national landmark: The Mighty Mississippi River. That’s no accident. The river has been critical to the historical development of people from prehistoric times through today. When sites were being scouted to find a location for the museum, sites along…

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