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Centers of Public Archaeology

Centers of Public Archaeology, have an ethical obligation to include the public in their work, these organizations aim to improve society's relationship with archaeological resources through dedicated study of public dialogue, and public understanding of archaeological heritage” with informal educational programs, hands-on learning, professional development, and community events.The Center for Public Archaeology at Hofstra UniversityThe Center for Public Archaeology works with Hofstra students and the greater community

Diversity Initiatives Task Force Report

(e.g., Native American Scholarships, Public Education and Task Force on Curriculum). In addition, , although they vary tremendously. Clearly, the larger organizations have more resources to devote, simultaneously. 3 1. Make clear public statements that diversity is valued and is the responsibility, strengthening diversity. o Especially relevant are the Committee on Curriculum, the Public Education, by the Public Education Committee, but should also involve the Committee on Curriculum. o Make

SAA Statement on Climate Change and Cultural Heritage

of which have critical linkages to cultural heritage resources that inform community identity, economy, and the environment, including those of short- and long-term climate change. Cultural resources, archaeological resources.  Archaeologists should work to document, preserve, or mitigate against the loss, resources in collaboration with communities impacted by climate change, including those historically underserved and underrepresented.  Archaeologists should engage in public outreach and work

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sector as well as avocational archaeologists and interested members of the public. SAA has members, resources cannot be overstated. Section 106 of the Act requires federal project managers to take into account the impacts of their undertakings on historic properties and resources, and establishes a consultative review process to carry out that requirement. Weighing the public’s interest in protecting, of archaeological, historical, and cultural resources; significant resources that could not be avoided have

APPROPRIATIONS_FY2020_FLYER

and matching grants to states to catalog and preserve their historic resources. Without the HPF, million for Save America’s Treasures (up from $13 million). NPS Operations Cultural Resources, important archaeological, historic, and cultural resources, both on site and in museum collections, unacceptable slashing of the cultural resources budget that would have devastated the stewardship, archaeological resources in parks; produces archaeological technical and programmatic publications

For the Public Webpages Task Force Report

For the Public Webpages Task Force Report, more SAA For the Public Webpages Task Force Report January 2016 17 educational resources, /resources/SAAlessons.html 1,460 (2.81%) 0:01:29 7. /publicftp/public/fun/movies.html 2,114 (4.07%) 0, /dinosaurs.html 1,310 (2.52%) 0:03:10 10. /publicftp/public/resources/lessonplans.html 1,007 (1.94, :03:45 5. /publicftp/public/faqs/students.html 4,040 (4.89%) 0:02:50 6. /publicftp/public/resources, %) 0:03:10 8. /publicftp/public/resources/lessonplans.html 1,725 (2.09%) 0:02:52 9. /publicftp/public

FINAL_HPF_BILL_LETTER

authorized funding level. These resources will ensure that our states, communities, and tribes will be better able to protect the nation’s irreplaceable cultural resources. The SAA is an international, (SHPOs/THPOs) and matching grants to localities, private and public foundations, and private corporations to catalog and preserve historic resources, from historic homes to archaeological sites, process, to take our history into account when cultural resources under their control face potential

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’s updates, on the grounds that they will undermine sound environmental and cultural resources, to public scoping. 4. There are difficulties with the proposal’s choice of words. As the SAA, and concisely communicate the environmental effects of a proposed action to the public and decision maker." For the public to understand fully effects of an action, the effects must be communicated in a manner that the public can understand. Public involvement is the heart of the NEPA process. The SAA

HAALAND_MONUMENT_REPORT_LETTER

put in place to protect cultural heritage resources in the public interest, and to uphold, the opinion of the overwhelming majority of the public—more than 95% of comments received, resources tourism, boundary restoration will also restart the process of creating non-extractive economic, and cultural resources, and stimulate the sustainable economic growth that the nation requires

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of its cultural preservation workforce is compromising the BLM’s ability to save these public resources, of cultural resources on BLM land. This action can only serve to further degrade the BLM’s capacity, organizations, Congress, or much of the public at large. We urge you to work with the Secretary of Interior, possesses and manages the largest number of cultural resources owned by any federal agency, even though, for these resources. This means that an untold number of sites and objects remain to be discovered, excavated

Employing Innovative Approaches to Curation and Collections Management: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Archaeological Curation Program

and curation of public archaeological collections in the U.S. and how USACE has developed and implemented a national approach to managing these important cultural resources

State Archaeology Celebrations

contributions. Cultural Resources Management firms and public companies involved in the compliance process, educational experiences for the public and increasingly for schools that promote the preservation of archaeological resources and illustrate the scientific process of the discipline. Typical Archaeology Week, . The associated events generally involve educational experiences for the public and schools that promote the preservation of archaeological resources and illustrate the scientific process

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, expanding the audience for disclosing information to the public about the presence of resources, undermine protections for our irreplaceable cultural and environmental resources and fail to produce, , and remediation work needed to ensure sound environmental and cultural resources stewardship, , reduce study or permit areas, and allow federal agencies and permit applicants to ignore resources, and project proponents would be able to make these determinations without an opportunity for public

DOI_AGENDA_LETTER_FINAL

resources are effectively preserved for the benefit of present and future generations, and 2) the public’s, outlined some of the priorities facing cultural resources policy that we believe to be of vital, , and they endanger our non-renewable natural and cultural resources. On behalf of our members, the Society, to ensure that our natural and cultural resources are used wisely and preserved for future, with the Department of Interior’s public responsibilities for identifying, recovering, preserving, and celebrating

Public Perceptions of Archaeology Studies

Public Perceptions of Archaeology Studies, of the public (96%) believes that there should be laws to protect archaeological resources, but is less, is not necessarily the archaeology of yesteryear, and the way that the public thinks about archaeology changes over time. With that in mind, finding appropriate ways to engage and include the public in archaeology can be a challenge. The first step to address this challenge is to learn what the public knows (or doesn’t) and thinks about archaeology. SAA has conducted two polls to learn about the public

CRITICAL_MATERIALS_STATEMENT_FINAL

and National Environmental Policy Act—that our irreplaceable cultural and natural resources, that economic expansion is done in collaboration with the need to preserve our resources. These statutes also guarantee that the public has the right and ability to review and comment upon federally, that we have seen in recent years, public comment has too often been curtailed. When this putative

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and National Environmental Policy Act—that our irreplaceable cultural and natural resources, that economic expansion is done in collaboration with the need to preserve our resources. These statutes also guarantee that the public has the right and ability to review and comment upon federally, that we have seen in recent years, public comment has too often been curtailed. When this putative

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(USFS) proposed revisions to its regulations governing Federal oil and gas resources on Forest, consideration for how to deal with cultural resources (either known or yet undiscovered) located, applicable laws and regulations protecting both natural and cultural resources, an explicit requirement, , and with further regards to § 228.103, the draft makes no mention of public review and comment. The process outlined in this section is reminiscent of the NEPA process but without public involvement. While

FINAL_FY2023_TESTIMONY

these vulnerable public cultural resources. The SAA recognizes that correcting the situation will require, recommendations for Fiscal Year 2023 cultural resources program appropriations for the Department, an increase in funding for federal cultural resources programs in FY 2022. These federal and federally, based historic preservation to work effectively, it must have the necessary staffing and resources, and cultural resources under Section 110 of the NHPA; protection of archaeological sites

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. Inclusion of cultural resources must be presented in a manner that the public can understand, resources. But it is equally important to preserve our shared cultural heritage. Without, are, and even less where you’re going. As we work to conserve our natural resources and all of the benefits and essentials that come with them, we must also work to preserve our cultural resources. Our, —there are few better resources to consult when devising solutions than the archaeological record