Identification and Management of Traditional Cultural Places, Atlanta
3/27/2014 - 3/28/2014
Atlanta — March 27-28, 2014
“Traditional cultural places” (TCPs) are important for the roles they play in community cultural traditions, beliefs, and activities. They must be considered in planning under the National Environmental Policy Act, the National Historic Preservation Act, Executive Orders 12898 and 13007, and other authorities. This seminar explores definitions and methods of identifying and managing impacts on TCPs.
Offered in conjunction with Section 106: Agreement Documents
Atlanta — March 24-26, 2014
This advanced seminar focuses on memoranda of agreement and programmatic agreements under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. Learn how to survive and thrive during the agreement process through careful analysis, clear writing, and good negotiation. Review the available tools, guidelines, alternatives—and non-alternatives—to reach a favorable conclusion to the process. An agenda is available online at www.npi.org.
Instructor: Claudia Nissley, president, Nissley Environmental Consultants; former director, Western Office, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and Wyoming State Historic Preservation Officer; specialist in preservation issues relating to NHPA, NEPA, CERCLA, ARPA, and NAGPRA
A registration form is available online at www.npi.org/register.html. The advance registration rate is available until February 12, 2014