We’re Golden! 50th Anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act

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The NH Division of Historic Resources will celebrate the Golden Anniversary of the national-historic-preservation-act on Friday, October 28 with a symposium to celebrate the act and its many successes here in the Granite State.  Plan NH is pleased to support this day.

Presenters include:

  • Charlene Dwin Vaughn; Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
  • Lydia Kachadoorian; Federal Emergency Management Agency
  • Dr. Robert Goodby; Monadnock Archaeological Consulting, LLC
  • Maureen Beauregard; Families in Transition
  • Sarah Jordan; White Mountain National Forest
  • Sean T. James and Josif Bicja; Hoyle, Tanner & Associates
  • Cpt. Logan T. Kenney; N.H. Army National Guard

Environmental and engineering firms, federal and state agencies, municipalities, cultural resource consultants, and everyone interested in learning more about working with Section 106 is encouraged to attend.

The Section 106 regulations state that the transfer or sale of a historic property out of federal ownership or control constitutes an adverse effect when undertaken without adequate and legally enforceable restrictions or conditions to ensure the long-term preservation of the property’s historic significance. 36 C.F.R. § 800.5(a)(2)(vii).

For more information and to register, go here.