Completion of studies to meet National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Requirements.
Phase 1: Identification of Hisitoric Properties. Inventories and reporting per NHPA, Section 106 (36CFR800): Archaeological, Historic and Built Environment, HPRCSITs, TCPs, Cultural and Traditional Use Areas.
Ethnographic studies and Historic Properties of Religious and Cultural Significance to Indian Tribes (HPRCSIT) Inventories specific to the CTWSRO.
Cultural Resources Field Inventories: Archaeological, Historic and Built Environment, HPRCSIT, Cultural Plants, Traditional & Cultural Uses.
Cultural Resources site recording, delineation and testing to NHPA and SHPO standards.
Phase 2: National Register Determinations of Eligibility (DOE). Studies, investigations, and documents for the purposes of determining National Register eligibility of sites.
Phase 3: Mitigation of any Adverse Effects to eligible historic properties. Includes MOAs, data recovery and mitigation plans.
NAGPRA and inadvertent discoveries, repatriation of remains and cultural items.
Preparation of NHPA-related management documents:
Historic Properties Management Plans;
Cultural Resources Management Plans;
Site-specific Monitoring and Mitigation Plans;
MOAs for Adverse Effects.
Oral histories, archival and ethnographic research specific to the CTWSRO.
Public education programs on CTWSRO cultural resources and protection.