WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources in Washington, D.C has favorably reported the nomination of Professor Sara Bronin to become chairman of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP). President Joe Biden nominated Bronin in June for the chairman position, and she testified before the Senate committee on September 21.
WASHINGTON, D.C.– The rehabilitation project of the World War II-era Black Officers Club at Fort Leonard Wood, MO was honored with the National Trust/Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Award for Federal Partnerships in Historic Preservation during the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s annual PastForward Conference National Preservation Awards on Thursday, November 4.
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is recruiting for a senior program analyst to work in the Office of Native American Affairs. The job opening will close on November 26, 2021.
Details are available on the ACHP Careers webpage.
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.