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HISTORIC PRESERVATION WEBINARS-APRIL and MAY 2018

 Interested? Registration is open to the first 500 attendees on the day of the broadcast approximately 30 minutes prior to the broadcast time. Click below to be connected to the broadcast.  

https://ceschool.adobeconnect.com/achp2/

 

11 Apr 2018 1500-1600ET Basics of EIAP and Section 106 Coordination

 

18 Apr 2018 1500-1600ET Involving the Public in Section 106

 

25 Apr 2018 1500-1600ET Defining the Area of Potential Effect for Section 106

 

2 May 2018 1500-1600ET Developing Programmatic Agreements for Section 106 Compliance

 
 
SPONSORS
 
Air Force Civil Engineer Center
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
Air Force Institute of Technology Civil Engineer School
 
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is an independent federal agency that promotes the preservation, enhancement, and productive use of our Nation's historic resources, and advises the President and Congress on national historic preservation policy (information at http://www.achp.gov/ )
 
 An overview of NHPA Sec. 106 process is available at www.achp.gov/docs/airforcefactsheet.pdf
 
 
KEY PRESENTER
 
Ms. Katharine Kerr, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
Ms. Kerr has been with the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) since 2006 and handles Section 106 NHPA reviews for the Department of Defense including all branches, National Guard and Reserves (except for the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers). Ms. Kerr assists military installations including those of the Air Force regarding development of Section 106 agreements for project-specific mitigation, and complex and multiple undertakings. She helps installations cultivate compliance tools to streamline historic preservation reviews using the installation’s own internal controls and processes. For the past several years, Ms. Kerr has partnered with the Air Force Civil Engineer Center to create tailored Section 106 training including many on-site presentations. She holds a B.A. in Historic Preservation (Mary Washington College) and an M.A. in Urban Affairs and Public Policy with a concentration on Historic Preservation (University of Delaware).
 
QUESTIONS
 
If you have any questions about the event please contact Joe DiMisa, Instructor of Environmental Management, at Phone 937-255-6565 ext 3522 DSN Prefix 785 or email

 

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