|Other titles||Cultural and historic resources.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||71 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||71|
Property and Cultural Resource Considerations Into Hazard Mitiga-tion Planning, will provide information and assistance to Tribes, States, and local governments on how to integrate historic preservation planning con-siderations into the hazard mitigation planning process to protect important historic properties and cultural re-. ESA’s cultural and historic resources team gives voice to those whose voices have been lost to time. We study who and what came before so that we can share our rich and diverse history, insights, and lessons to inform the future. DNR: What are historic resources? - What is a cultural resource? A cultural resource refers to the beliefs, customs, and practices of a living community that has been passed on for generations. In the central Puget Sound region, cultural resources are primarily associated with Native American tribes. What is a historic property? A historic property is a site or.
Cultural & Historic Sites BLM Arizona's public lands contain a wealth of cultural resources that are important to our understanding of both recorded history and prehistory. These resources represent a priceless heritage which must be protected for future generations. DHR’s cultural resource database, VCRIS, contains information on more than , historic resources in Virginia. The system is used for documenting and mapping these resources. Full access to it is available for a fee to qualified professionals . The Virginia Department of Historic Resources is the State Historic Preservation Office. Our mission is to foster, encourage, and support the stewardship of Virginia's significant historic architectural, archaeological, and cultural resources. The ICs provide cultural resources information, on a fee for service basis, to local governments, state and federal agencies, Native American tribes, individuals with responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act, the National Historic Preservation Act, and the California Environmental Quality Act, and to the general public as well.
The California Office of Historic Preservation comments on CEQA documents as an authority on historic and cultural resources. The publications below use case studies taken from environmental documents produced in California to help environmental analysts and lead agencies understand historical and cultural resource identification and evaluation. The state agency with a vision to be the leader in using the state's natural and cultural resources to build the social, cultural, educational and economic future of NC. Home to the state’s historic sites, museums, zoo, symphony, parks, aquariums, libraries, archives, and more. Traditional Cultural Properties. Traditional cultural properties are sites that have pronounced historic value to a specific racial, ethnic, or cultural group and that continue to play a vital role in contemporary cultural sites may be distinctive natural places (such as a mountain top) or historic environments (such as an ethnic neighborhood), or they may be simply a revered spatial. What are "Cultural Resources"? The term "cultural resource" is not defined in the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) or any other Federal law. However, there are several laws and executive orders that deal with particular kinds of "resources" that are "cultural" in character.