Upcoming events

    • 01/24/2019
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (EST)
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    Policymakers in Washington are working to undermine the Section 106 process in the name of efficient project delivery. We need your voice to advocate for the CRM industry, educate policymakers about the value of our work, and provide expertise on how to make permitting more efficient without sacrificing preservation values.

    This year will see action on new tax rules, changes to Army Corps and National Register regulations, and many other issues that could impact your business. In this webinar, we will train you to advocate effectively for your business and your community. We’ll focus on methods for engaging policymakers, and how to communicate your message effectively to different audiences.

    Marion Werkheiser, ACRA's chief lobbyist, and Amanda Stratton, ACRA's Executive Director, will help you develop skills applicable not just to advocating for your business, but also to advocating for yourself, your family, and your community. Whether you are a seasoned advocate, or are only now getting involved, learn how to feel comfortable engaging on issues that matter to you. Join us to begin (or learn new ways) to make a difference for your profession.

    Note: This webinar will occur on Eastern Time and is FREE to ACRA members

    • 02/27/2019
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (EST)
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    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, document the resolution of the Section 106 consultation in a formal, legal agreement, and implement the measures in the agreement. In this webinar, Associate General Counsel Kelly Fanizzo will practice applying the tools for agreement writing and reviewing provided in the ACHP’s Guidance on Agreement Documents and 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.

    This webinar was designed and developed by the President's Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, which 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. The expert providers for this webinar are Kelly Fanizzo and Katry Harris.

    Kelly Fanizzo joined the ACHP in 2006 and is now the agency’s Associate General Counsel. She has a law degree from American University, Washington College of Law, and an LL.M. in legal education from Temple University, Beasley School of Law. Kelly has coordinated project reviews for both federal property management and assistance agencies. She provides legal advice on the ACHP’s program responsibilities in historic preservation law and environmental law, and she advises the agency regarding other aspects of federal law and regulation. Prior to her current position with the ACHP, Kelly taught legal research and writing and land use planning at the Beasley School of Law, and practiced environmental law for the Navy’s Office of General Counsel in Washington, D.C. 

    Katry Harris has 25 years’ experience in historic preservation. Since joining the ACHP in 2006, she has worked with FCC, HUD and local governments, VA, the various transportation agencies, the US Forest Service, and NPS regarding their programs and historic preservation policies. She is the ACHP’s Training Specialist and remains involved in ACHP initiatives regarding Section 106 and NEPA coordination, Energy Efficiency and Sustainability, Energy Development and Transmission, Federal Lands Stewardship, and Distance Learning.

    Note: This webinar will occur on Eastern Time

Past events

12/06/2018 ACRA Webinar: Innovative Approaches to Section 106 Mitigation
11/15/2018 ACRA Webinar: What the 2018 Election Results Mean for CRM
10/25/2018 ACRA Webinar: Geophysical Survey for Cultural Resource Management Archaeology
09/06/2018 2018 Annual Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio
08/16/2018 ACRA Webinar: Communications Skills for All
07/26/2018 ACRA Webinar: Ethnography Basics
06/14/2018 ACRA Webinar: Planning to Involve the Public in Section 106
05/23/2018 NON-ACRA EVENT: Suquamish Tribe's Cultural Resource Protection Summit
03/22/2018 ACRA Webinar: Digital Data Management and Curation for CRM Professionals
01/17/2018 FREE WEBINAR -- Preservation in the Trump Era: What Will Year 2 Bring?
12/06/2017 Proposals due for ACRA Continuing Education Presenters
11/02/2017 OLO: Secrets Revealed: Why CRM Sales Efforts Aren’t Effective…and How You Can Change this at Your Firm
10/20/2017 OLO: Hosting a Successful Internship Program
10/04/2017 OLO: Section 106 Review for Planners and CRM Professionals
10/02/2017 Cultural Resources Law: Consulting with Tribes on Energy Projects
09/19/2017 OLO: Indigenous Stone Features and Landscapes of the Northeast
09/07/2017 2017 Annual Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
07/12/2017 Beyond Profit: Increase Value and Create a Sustainable Firm
05/18/2017 The California Environmental Quality Act: What Cultural Resource Managers Should Know about the Fundamental Process and Larger Context
04/13/2017 Occupational Wellness Among U.S. Archaeologists: A Special Preview of Study Results
02/21/2017 How to Make a Project Budget for CRM Professionals
02/10/2017 Advocacy Strategy Session (Members Only)
01/26/2017 How to Write a Great Proposal
11/28/2016 The CRM Industry in the Age of Trump
10/20/2016 Section 106 Review for Planners and CRM Professionals
10/20/2016 Cultural Resources Law: Consulting with Tribes on Energy Projects
09/15/2016 2016 Annual Conference in Palm Springs, California
07/28/2016 Making Your Voice Heard in Election Season

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