The Office of Federal Agency Programs at the Advisory Council for Historic Preservation (ACHP) has announced the continuation of its Section 106 Webinar Series. Join ACHP staff instructors for one-hour, interactive learning experiences about hot topics in Section 106 review. Program offerings include topics of interest to all knowledge levels, from those new to the regulatory process to experienced practitioners.
Webinars resume June 28, when Program Analyst Katry Harris will reprise a popular topic from the first series, Defining the Area of Potential Effects (APE), in a beginner-level course. This webinar explores the foundation for efforts to identify historic properties in a Section 106 review and allows participants to practice developing APEs for real-world scenarios. The series continues in July with a new program on responding to anticipatory demolition concerns with an understanding of the requirements of Section 110(k) of the National Historic Preservation Act as they relate to Section 106.
Details, including registration instructions and dates for the first two programs in the series, are available at www.achp.gov/sec106webinar.html. Additional webinars will be announced over the summer, so we encourage you to bookmarkthe page and check for updates. A formal registration process now ensures that enrollment is limited to 25 students in any offering, and all webinars are offered for a $50 per participant fee. If you have any questions, contact us firstname.lastname@example.org.