Last year, the ACHP adopted policies on housing & climate change that suggest Section 106 improvements. All stakeholders and members of the public are invited to attend this meeting on Zoom to discuss the potential program comment on Energy Efficiency. ACHP Chair Sara Bronin will lead the session. 

 

Last year, the ACHP adopted policies on housing & climate change that suggest Section 106 improvements. All stakeholders and members of the public are invited to attend this meeting on Zoom to discuss the potential program comment on Clean Energy. ACHP Chair Sara Bronin will lead the session. 

 

Last year, the ACHP adopted policies on housing & climate change that suggest Section 106 improvements. All stakeholders and members of the public are invited to attend this meeting on Zoom to discuss the potential program comment on Housing. ACHP Chair Sara Bronin will lead the session. 

 

Last year, the ACHP adopted policies on housing & climate change that suggest Section 106 improvements. All stakeholders and members of the public are invited to attend this meeting on Zoom to discuss the potential program comment on Climate-Friendly Transportation. ACHP Chair Sara Bronin will lead the session. 

Join ACHP Chair Sara C. Bronin at 5 p.m. CT on Tuesday, July 23, 2024 at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law for a discussion of federal preservation law and policy, including new ACHP initiatives on housing and climate change, and specific government actions involving Chicago's historic resources. Register here.

Join ACHP Chair Sara C. Bronin for a second Housing and Historic Preservation Roundtable, focused on how New York can implement policies to identify solutions to their housing needs using historic buildings. This event is generously co-sponsored by New York University’s Furman Center and will feature leaders in housing, planning, and historic preservation. Register here for in-person attendance or Link for Virtual Attendance.

Join ACHP Chair Sara C. Bronin at 12 p.m. CT Thursday, May 16 at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law for a discussion of federal preservation law and policy, including new ACHP initiatives on housing and climate change, and specific government actions involving Chicago's historic resources. The meeting is open to the public and will take place in Register here: https://forms.office.com/g/JN19NAJEX8

Students interested in learning more about the field of historic preservation, you’re invited to join ACHP Chair Sara C. Bronin for her Office Hours, 11 a.m. ET Tuesday, April 2. You can speak directly with Chair Bronin, learn about her career path, the ACHP’s work, and ask her questions. RSVP to Susan Glimcher at sglimcher@achp.gov with your name, year, and educational institution.

The Section 106 Practitioners Workshop is a 16-hour classroom course, presented in two, 8-hour sessions, in which participants explore best practices and build skills in the application of the Section 106 review process to federal undertakings. The course is well-suited to individuals who participate in Section 106 reviews on a routine basis and need to further develop or maintain fluency in the vocabulary and concepts of Section 106 review in complex situations. This class is presented in two sessions, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day. Registration is required.

The Section 106 Agreements Seminar is a 4-hour, single-session course that builds skills in managing consultation and documenting agreed upon steps to resolve adverse effects in a Section 106 review of a federal undertaking. The seminar is designed for cultural resources, environmental, and legal practitioners who are fluent in the Section 106 implementing regulations and the review process. The curriculum provides instruction on how to build consensus and develop agreement documents that can be successfully implemented. This course is for cultural resources, environmental, and legal practitioners and project managers/decision makers with current experience participating in Section 106 reviews. Registration is required.