Cultural Resource Management Plans

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Published on March 8, 2008

Author: Paolina

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Cultural Resource Management Plans:  Cultural Resource Management Plans What good are they? Historic Preservation and Strategic Planning:  Historic Preservation and Strategic Planning In the 1970s, NPS pushed the Resource Protection Planning Process (RP3), designed to get SHPOs to identify historic “contexts” and determine how to plan for the long term preservation of state resources. Feds have used a similar approach, developing “Culture Resource Management Plans” (CRMPs) or Historic Resource Management Plans” (HRMPs). SHPOs and State Plans:  SHPOs and State Plans SHPOs are required under NHPA to develop state preservation plans. State plans include a general overview of state historic resource types and how the SHPO plans to facilitate the preservation of these resources. General plans are augmented by preservation “contexts” that describe specific resources (i.e., the bridges of Idaho) and associated research questions. CRMPs for Agencies:  CRMPs for Agencies Can be developed to help meet Feds requirements under NHPA to create historic preservation programs. Frequently come about under programmatic agreements. Can assist agencies in meeting their Section 106 responsibilities. What Should Be In A CRMP?:  What Should Be In A CRMP? A CRMP should contain both proactive and reactive components. Should include a plan for identification and evaluation of all cultural resources within the given jurisdiction of the agency. Should include procedures to minimize damage to cultural resources through some review process and the application of standards (i.e., the Secretary of the Interiors Standards for. . .) CRMPs and the agency “mission”:  CRMPs and the agency “mission” CRMPs should be consistent with the mission of the entity they cover (i.e., the CRMP for the Clark Fork FERC relicensing project). Plans should fit within the bureaucratic structure of the agency. Plans should also articulate with budgetary consideration within the entity. Resource types under a CRMP:  Resource types under a CRMP Historic properties (NHPA eligible). Native American cultural items (human remains, cultural items, sacred objects, and cultural patrimony. Other archaeological sites. Native American sacred sites. Cultural institutions, viewsheds, places of cultural association, etc. Historic Resources under CRMP:  Historic Resources under CRMP Historic buildings, structures, and designed landscapes. Cultural landscapes and traditional cultural properties (TCPs). Roads, trails, canals, ditches. Archaeological sites with data and other values as well. CRMP Stakeholders:  CRMP Stakeholders Indian tribes. Regulators (SHPO, ACHP, EPA, etc.) Local community members. Property owners. Historic preservation groups.

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