1 edition of Consulting about archeology under section 106 found in the catalog.
Consulting about archeology under section 106
|Series||Fact sheet, Fact sheet (United States. Advisory Council on Historic Preservation)|
|Contributions||United States. Advisory Council on Historic Preservation|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
The bulk of our work, however, assumes the form of consultation and review under the authority of Section of the NHPA. Section in a nutshell. Please note: Submissions are reviewed in the order in which they are received in accordance with the time frames found in the existing regulations, agreement documents, or This list has been prepared as an aid for those who may require archaeological consulting services. It is not an endorsement of those listed, and it is not intended to limit a client's choice. A consultant must request to be listed by the NH Division of Historical Resources and must provide documentation showing that recommended minimum standards (36 CFR ) have been
Under this goal, archaeological staff conduct archaeological and traditional cultural properties consultation according to section of the National Historic Preservation Act. The state archaeology program is also responsible for reviewing Antiquities Permits for work on state When a project or activity that a federal agency is involved in may affect such a property, a specific set of legal requirements, set forth in regulations under Section of the National Historic Preservation Act, comes into play. The Section regulations lay out a system of steps by which historic places are identified, effects on them
National Historic Preservation Act (sections , & ) Agencies: All federal agencies; the Department of the Interior and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Citation: 16 U.S.C. §§ a et seq. Enacted as: “An Act – To establish a program for the preservation of additional historic properties throughout the Nation, and for other purposes”, on Octo of Law - National Historic. For project-specific guidance, consulting archaeologists (consultants) should contact the lead federal agency’s archaeological staff and/or the Tennessee SHPO (TNSHPO) Federal Programs Archaeologist. The project area for Section investigations is known
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Can archaeologists participate in Section review as consulting parties. Yes. Archaeologists and professional archaeological organizations can be invited to participate in Section consultation by a federal agency or may request consulting party status from the federal agency [36 CFR § Consulting about archeology under section [Washington, DC: Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States.
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. OCLC Number: Notes several guidance documents that address archaeology in Section review, including: • Treatment of Archeological Properties: A Handbook () • Identification of Historic Properties: A Decision-making Guide for Managers (, joint ACHP-NPS publication) • Consulting About Archeology Under Section () Whatever is decided, this plan should be consistent with the principles set forth in “Consulting About Archeology Under Section ,” the “Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for Historic Preservation Projects,” and the “Participants Desk Reference” issued by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation in Archeology.
GSA’s responsibility to protect historic properties extends to archaeological resources. Federal authorities, regulations and guidelines define how GSA preserves and treats archeological sites and objects. Chief among these regulations is Section of the National Historic Preservation Act of (NHPA).
/sectionof-the-national-historic-preservation-act/archeology. 2 days ago What is Section. Section of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) requires Federal agencies, including NEH, to consider the effects of Federally funded projects on historic properties and to afford the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) an opportunity to comment on such projects prior to the expenditure of any Federal :// Conducting Section Reviews under BRAC Charlene Vaughn Advisory Council on.
Historic Preservation. ACHP History with the BRAC Program MOAs and PAs for closed facilities • Focused on buildings • Little attention to archeology Role of Consulting Parties 2 Consulting Under Section of the National Historic Preservation Act for issuing the Section regulations and overseeing compliance with Section The ACHP does not routinely participate in Section consultation for individual projects, but the ACHP has the right to do so and can submit comments at any :// a.
The ACHP’s guidance on conducting archeology under Section of the NHPA (April 3, ). Applicable guidance prepared by the USFWS (for refuge lands) and by the SHPOs in the respective states. The U.S. Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for Archeology and Historic Preservation (48 FR ), Septem ).
:// Section of the National Historic Preservation Act and/or the Antiquities Code of Texas. This is a new submission. This is additional information relating to THC tracking number(s): Project Information. PROJECT NAME PROJECT ADDRESS PROJECT CITY PROJECT ZIP CODE(S) PROJECT COUNTY OR COUNTIES PROJECT TYPE (Check all that apply) to affect historic properties is subject to Section review regardless of whether the action is eligible for a Categorical Exclusion (CATEX) under NEPA.
Section of the NHPA focuses on a specific subset of historical, architectural, archeological, and cultural resources: those Agency: National Park Service, Department of the : Notice.
Summary: This notice sets forth the Secretary of the Interior's Standards and Guidelines for Archeology and Historic Preservation. These standards and guidelines are not regulatory and do not set or interpret agency policy. They are intended to provide technical advice about archeological and historic preservation Last month we discussed Section consultation and how the outcome of the process is not predetermined but rather a result of the interaction among the participants, with the Federal agency making the final decision about how a project will proceed.
Agencies in coordination with consulting parties are required to consider project design options that avoid or minimize effects to historic The UVM CAP provides archaeological consulting services to businesses and individuals, non-profit groups, local governments, and state and federal agencies.
UVM CAP archaeologists have completed over projects requiring review of archaeological resources under ActSection of the National Historic Preservation Act, and other laws and ~uvmcap. The Section review process is an integral component of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) of Under Sectioneach federal agency must consider public views and concerns about historic preservation issues when making final project :// /sectionnational-historic-preservation-act-of Section Process.
The "Section " procedures require public participation and consultation with the State Historic Preservation Officer and others for each part of the process: 1.
INITIATION: defining the undertaking, determining the area of potential affect (APE), developing a public participation plan, and identifying other consulting Section Submission Checklist.
The OHP offers a Section Submission Checklist that identifies the information that should be submitted to us for review of undertakings pursuant to Section This checklist is intended as a tool for entities consulting with our office – it should not be submitted with your request for ://?page_id= What is the process of Section review.
The Section review process involves a lot of detailed steps, and it’s vital to understand those details if you wish to influence the outcome of a potentially harmful federal project.
We’ve broken down the process for you into five easy-to-understand steps. Initiate Section of the statute also is contained in Title I. Implementation of this short, one-paragraph long section has had a major impact on the structure and functioning of archeology and archeological preservation in the United :// Section review is a federal agency responsibility and the applicant should contact the agency sponsor regarding their Section policies and procedures.
The AHPP does not approve projects, but provides technical assistance to federal agencies and is afforded the opportunity to comment on federal undertakings as set forth in 36 CFR Part.
Whereas, Section of the NHPA (16 U.S.C. v) authorizes the Council to promulgate regulations implementing exclusions from Section review, and Section (b) of the Council's regulations (36 CFR (b)) allows for programmatic agreements to streamline and tailor the Section review process to particular federal programs, if SECTION GUIDELINES SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION RESPONSIBILITIES It is the responsibility of the Nebraska State Historic Preservation Office (NeSHPO) under the National Historic Preservation Act of (as amended) to prepare and implement a comprehensive statewide historic preservation plan (Section ), and conduct review and compliance activities Section Section of the National Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C.
f) requires all Federal agencies to take into account the effects of their actions on any district, site, building, structure or object that is included in/or eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic ://