In this episode of the Advisory Council on Historic preservation's podcast, Preservation Perspectives, ACHP Expert Member Luke Nichter speaks with Desiree Aranda, Co-Chair of Latinos in Heritage Conservation during Hispanic Heritage Month. They talk about the organization, their upcoming conference, their Abuelas Project, and the importance of preserving Hispanic historic sites.
A panel of Advisory Council on Historic Preservation members, charged with considering the successes and challenges key stakeholders have had in developing and using Program Comments and identifying actions the ACHP can take to improve their use as a tool for Section 106 review efficiency, recently delivered recommendations to the ACHP Vice Chairman, who is carrying out the duties of the Chairman during that position’s current vacancy. The Vice Chairman has directed staff to begin implementing these recommendations.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Professor Sara Bronin testified today before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources in Washington, D.C. on her nomination to become chairman of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP). President Joe Biden nominated Bronin in June for the chairman position.
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, Office of General Counsel, in Washington, DC, is recruiting a Government Information Specialist (GG-11).
Details are available on the ACHP Careers webpage.
Washington, D.C. – ACHP Vice Chairman Jordan E. Tannenbaum, acting as ACHP chairman, signed an agreement with America250, the nationwide commemoration of America’s 250th anniversary in 2026 led by the U.S. Semiquincentennial Commission at a ceremony today at the Library of Congress. The ACHP was one of 20 federal agencies to sign the agreement supporting activities marking 250 years of American independence.