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Section 106 Webinar Series

The ACHP's Fall 2017 Section 106 Webinar Series


Please join us for one-hour webinars on three topics:

“Preservation Compliance and Property Disposal”
Level: Intermediate

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When a federal agency determines their property is no longer needed for discharge of their responsibilities, such property may be excessed to another federal agency or disposed out of federal ownership. Both paths lead to specific historic preservation compliance responsibilities under Sections 110 and/or 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. The ACHP’s Liaison to the General Services Administration, Kirsten Kulis, and Program Analyst Katharine Kerr will guide participants through the different means of disposal and help them develop a working knowledge of which historic preservation responsibilities apply. Learn how to avoid and resolve adverse effects and address other historic property management challenges.

 

Thursday, October 12, 2017

11:00 am EDT  

 

 

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

3:00 pm EDT

 

 

“Meeting the Reasonable and Good Faith Identification Standard in Section 106 Review”
Level: Intermediate

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Experienced Section 106 practitioners will benefit from this opportunity to explore the steps necessary to make a reasonable effort to identify historic properties for a specific undertaking and to carry out such identification efforts in good faith. Join Tom McCulloch, Senior Archaeologist and Assistant Director in the Office of Federal Agency Programs, and Kelly Fanizzo, Associate General Counsel, to learn about this regulatory standard while practicing its application to case scenarios.

 

Thursday, November 2, 2017

11:00 am EDT  

 

 

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

2:00 pm EST

 

 

“Cultural Landscapes: Identification and Effects Assessment”
Level: Intermediate

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Learn how to identify cultural landscapes and to assess how their character-defining qualities could be affected by federal projects undergoing Section 106 review. Participants will be introduced to a range of features - natural and man-made - that should be considered in the identification and evaluation of changes to cultural landscapes. This intermediate-level webinar led by Nancy Brown, ASLA, the ACHP’s Liaison to the Bureau of Land Management, will explore examples of how federal agencies are balancing effects to cultural and historic landscapes with project needs.

 

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

11:00 am EST  

 

 

Thursday, December 14, 2017

3:00 pm EST

 


FACULTY
All webinars are taught by ACHP staff instructors with practical experience in Section 106 review and in developing program improvements.

AICP CM CREDITS
American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) members can earn Certification Maintenance (CM) credits for this activity.

COST

Registration is $50 per participant, per webinar. Pay online with a credit card by clicking on the course title above. Registration includes a printable certificate of completion.

CANCELLATIONS
Registration fees are non-refundable, but another person may take your place if we are notified in advance. Please contact us at least 24 hours before the webinar start time to arrange a substitution.


Questions? Contact us at webinar@achp.gov.

PAST TOPICS
Beginner
Archaeological Sites and Section 106: A Discussion on Identification and Evaluation
Defining the Area of Potential Effects
Section 106 Documentation and e106

Intermediate
Managing Confidential Information and Section 304
Planning to Involve the Public in Section 106
Section 110(k) and Section 106: Responding to Anticipatory Demolition Concerns
Understanding 36 CFR 800.12: Disaster Response and Emergencies

Advanced
Innovative Approaches to Section 106 Mitigation
Thinking Big: Tailoring Section 106 for Federal Programs

 

Last Updated: August 31, 2017

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