The ACHP is back for ACRA's next session in its 2019 webinar series! Join us on June 20 at 2:00 pm EDT for Planning for Successful Section 106 Agreements, which will take a deep dive into this integral portion of the Section 106 process.
When a federal agency finds that an undertaking may adversely affect a historic property, it must consider measures to avoid, minimize, and mitigate such adverse effects and document the resolution of the Section 106 consultation in a formal, legal agreement. The agency must then implement the measures in the agreement.
In this webinar, attendees will practice applying the tools for agreement writing and reviewing provided in the ACHP’s Guidance on Agreement Documents. The presenters will also guide participants in performing a “reality check” for agreement consultation. Cultural resources professionals and project/program managers with a strong understanding in the requirements of Section 106 consultation will benefit from this fresh look at effective strategies to execute implementable agreements in a timely manner.
The expert providers for this webinar are Kelly Fanizzo, ACHP Associate General Counsel, and Katry Harris, ACHP Training Specialist. Both joined the ACHP in 2006 and are well-versed in Section 106, NEPA coordination, and historic preservation law.
Spaces are first come, first serve, so reserve your spot today!
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