The Jornada Research Institute is pleased to advertise two workshops for cultural resource management professionals
- The nature and extent of looting and vandalism in the United States.
- How to identify and record site damage.
- Overview of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act and related legislation.
- Discussion of specific cases and moral and ethical considerations.
- A field exercise in site damage recordation.
2) The Historic Preservation Act (including Sections 106 and 110). This is a two-day workshop.
These workshops course will be useful to CRM professionals employed by tribal governments, state and federal agencies, archaeologists in the private sector, site-stewards, and interested public. This two day workshop will consist of classroom presentations, discussions, and exercises. Topics to be covered include:
- Historical context of antiquities legislation leading to the National Historic Preservation Act.
- Overview of NHPA and its major provisions
- Working with Sections 110 and 106
- National Register eligibility
- Data recovery plans
- Traditional cultural properties
We plan to offer these workshops bi-annually, in the spring and fall, depending on level of interest.
Minimum number of attendees = 8; maximum number of attendees = 20
Cost per attendee = Cost vary based on location of training. (JRI members receive 10% discount)
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JORNADA RESEARCH INSTITUTE
P.O. BOX 684
TULAROSA, NM 88352
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