David G. Malgee


As the Gettysburg Foundation continues its mission of preservation and education in partnership with the National Park Service, I am excited to share with our community initiatives beginning to take shape this month. Among our most exciting news is the start of work to rehabilitate Culp’s Hill.

Work is being carried out under the direction of our partner, the National Park Service, and is intended to vastly improve the visitor experience on this part of the battlefield. Thinning the trees, eliminating invasive ground cover and creating trails will allow enhanced interpretation of the events on this portion of the battlefield.

David Malgee is interim president at the Gettysburg Foundation, GettysburgFoundation.org.

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