America is suffering from a massive shortage of available housing units, and the problem is particularly acute regarding affordable housing. The ACHP is developing a policy statement on housing and historic preservation to provide expert advice to a wide range of stakeholders on the role that historic preservation can play in alleviating the housing crisis. A draft of the policy statement is now available for public comment.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Jaime Loichinger of Baltimore, Maryland, has been appointed director of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) Office of Federal Agency Programs (OFAP). On March 6, 2023, former OFAP Director Reid Nelson was promoted to the position of ACHP executive director. His selection of Loichinger marks the completion of a nationwide recruitment effort to fill this important management position.
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation announced it is now recruiting for the position of Program Analyst and Army Liaison.
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) today announced it is now recruiting for the position of Equity Officer in Washington, DC.
In October 2022, President Joe Biden used the Antiquities Act to create the first new national monument of his presidency. The 53,804-acre Camp Hale-Continental Divide National Monument on National Forest System lands is in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains and is situated on the ancestral homelands of the Ute Tribes. The Ute Tribes were forcibly removed from Camp Hale and the Tenmile area ranges in the mid-1800s. The sites remain extremely important to the Tribes who continue to return there to honor their ancestors and hunt and fish.