On today's episode, we have guest Ryan Howell, an archaeologist that lives and works in the upper midwest. He's concerned with the situation regarding the move of the Minnesota SHPO from the Historical Society to the State Admin offices. We talk about that, and, unionizing in CRM. What would it do for us and is it possible?
On today's episode April and Chris talk about the most meaningful impacts to archaeology in 2016. It's not about the best finds or the greatest sites - it's about what had the most impact on story that we try to tell about the history of the planet. Below are some links that we talked about.
- National Historic Preservation Act
- National Parks
- New National Monuments
On today's episode we bring on Tom King, Colorado SHPO Holly Norton, and guest host Michael Ashley of Codifi to talk about the likely changes to environmental policy in the Trump Administration. It's an interesting and terrifying conversation and we welcome comment.
- Tom King's Blog
- Donald Trump's Pick for Interior Secretary Could Do A Lot Of Damage
- How Trump's Wall Would Trample Hundreds of Archaeological Sites
- Are Trump Supporters Seriously Citing the Internment of Japanese Americans as a Model?
- Historic Preservation Fund
- PCS Videos
- Heritage Business International
- CoDA Training
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The Center for Digital Archaeology held an office hours session following the video that ACRA posted regarding their position on environmental regulation in the Trump Administration. The office hours was open to anyone and was a great discussion. Below are a few links from the recording, including a Google Doc from the recording.
On today's episode we discuss the differences between Section 106 and Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation act, as it pertains to boots-on-the-ground archaeology. What does it mean by the time the decisions are passed to the field personnel? We try to answer those questions, and more.