List of Preservation Officers

With passage of the National Historic Preservation Act in 1966, Congress made the Federal Government a full partner and a leader in historic preservation. The Federal Government's role would be to provide leadership for preservation, and foster conditions under which modern society and prehistoric and historic resources can exist in productive harmony.

List of Preservation Officers

With passage of the National Historic Preservation Act in 1966, Congress made the Federal Government a full partner and a leader in historic preservation. The Federal Government's role would be to provide leadership for preservation, and foster conditions under which modern society and prehistoric and historic resources can exist in productive harmony.

List of Preservation Officers

With passage of the National Historic Preservation Act in 1966, Congress made the Federal Government a full partner and a leader in historic preservation. The Federal Government's role would be to provide leadership for preservation, and foster conditions under which modern society and prehistoric and historic resources can exist in productive harmony.

List of Preservation Officers

With passage of the National Historic Preservation Act in 1966, Congress made the Federal Government a full partner and a leader in historic preservation. The Federal Government's role would be to provide leadership for preservation, and foster conditions under which modern society and prehistoric and historic resources can exist in productive harmony.

To identify a specific Federal Preservation Officer, select from the list below. Many of the links below also offer information on the agency's staff contacts, cultural resource policies, related Section 106 issues, and links to its Web site.

If you find information incorrect please contact achp@achp.gov.

Today is International Volunteer Day, and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation applauds all those who give their time to preserve our nation’s treasures.

Today is International Volunteer Day, and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation applauds all those who give their time to preserve our nation’s treasures.

In 2016, the "Programmatic Agreement Among 460th Space Wing, the Aerospace Data Facility Colorado, the Colorado State Historic Preservation Officer and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Concerning Routine Maintenance and Repair to Buildings 402 (5AH.2332), 403 (5AH.2288), 404 (5AH.2289), and 405 (5AH.2333), Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado" was executed. Stipulation XI(A) states that the Programmatic Agreement would be null and void after five years and if it wasn't amended would expire on December 31, 2019, which is in fact only three years after execution.

In 2016, the "Programmatic Agreement Among 460th Space Wing, the Aerospace Data Facility Colorado, the Colorado State Historic Preservation Officer and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Concerning Routine Maintenance and Repair to Buildings 402 (5AH.2332), 403 (5AH.2288), 404 (5AH.2289), and 405 (5AH.2333), Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado" was executed. Stipulation XI(A) states that the Programmatic Agreement would be null and void after five years and if it wasn't amended would expire on December 31, 2019, which is in fact only three years after execution.

Dean Nicolai, Native American Studies Department Head at Salish Kootenai College in Pablo, Montana, today spoke with the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) staff on the ACHP’s recently announced partnership and the goals of the program. Dorothy Lippert, expert member of the ACHP, Valerie Grussing, executive director of the National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers, Jamie Lee Marks, program manager, THPO Program at the National Park Service, and Katherine Slick, president of the ACHP Foundation, joined the discussion.

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