WHAT IS IT?
The training will present a new online course from the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation on Native Hawaiian Organizations and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. There will also be a panel presentation. Subject matter experts from OHA and other groups will be featured panelists.
The seminar is free. Registration is required.
WHY DOES IT MATTER?
“The training will allow NHOs to learn and understand the Section 106 process, structure and best practices for consultation,” said Stanton Enomoto, Senior Program Director for Department of the Interior Office of Native Hawaiian Relations. “The desired outcome of this training is that NHOs will be more informed and better equipped to participate in consultation and ultimately, protect and preserve significant Native Hawaiian cultural resources.”
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Native Hawaiian Organizations and members of the native Hawaiian community interested in preservation of historic properties, including properties of religious and cultural significance to NHOs, which may be adversely affected by federal undertakings.
- federal, state and local agencies who participate in Section 106 consultation;
- professionals who manage or contribute to Section 106 matters;
- community organizations or individuals with stewardship responsibilities for historic or cultural properties.