I was going through my old notes and found this. It’s not something I’m working on anymore, but is a really great collection of examples of groups working on cultural conservation/preservation, and resources to help with those sorts of projects.
I just copied and pasted, so it’s a little messy, but enjoy:
Cultural Survival: http://188.8.131.52/
Work done in American Samoa to preserve Samoan culture: http://crm.cr.nps.gov/archive/24-01/24-01-3.pdf
National Park Service Cultural Resource Training Initiative.
Article about influence of outside world on culture: http://coa.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/19/1/53
NGO for cultural preservation of indigenous peoples: http://www.nativeplanet.org/projects/projects.shtml
Tips on how to strengthen culture: http://www.scn.org/cmp/modules/emp-pre.htm
Founding regional tourism: http://oscar.virginia.edu/asp/PublicAward.asp?AwardID=97858
Native American-owned business plan for CP&E: http://strategicempowermententerprises.com/
Virtual museum?: http://www.archimuse.com/mw2001/papers/christal/christal.html
Igbo mask culture, changes and preservations: http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0438/is_1_38/ai_n15341097
Projects at Evergreen College, Washington: http://www.evergreen.edu/nwindian/projects-cultural.html
Indigenous Education and Empowerment: International Perspectives
Series: Contemporary Native American Communities #17
Sustainable Community Development: Studies in Economic, Environmental, and Cultural Revitalization (Hardcover), by Marie Hoff
Cultural Revitalization, Participatory Nonformal Education, and Village Development in Sri Lanka: The Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement.
Colletta, N.J.; And Others; Comparative Education Review, v26 n2 p271-86 Jun 1982
intergenerational relations, and human development (Joel Savishinsky,)
Paul Guggenheim is on the staff of the Chicago Field Museum focusing on conservation education with the population living in the buffer zone of a new national park in Peru.