Consulting with Indian Tribes about Historic Properties in Environmental Review NSP Webinar
June 21, 2012
This Consulting with Indian Tribes about Historic Properties in Environmental Review webinar held on June 21, 2012 provides guidance on the requirement that Responsible Entities must consult with Indian tribes when reviewing a project that might affect historic or prehistoric properties of significance to tribes. HUD has some tools to aid in the process:
- A new tribal consultation protocol
- An enhanced on-line Tribal Directory Assessment Tool (TDAT) that identifies where tribes have a current or ancestral interest
- New guidance on when to do archeological surveys
This webinar showcases new tools, required protocols, and best practices for effective and efficient tribal consultation. Responsible Entities, Environmental Officers, officials working with NSP grantees, and others will find this webinar very valuable.
This webinar is a part of a training series. To access the other trainings in the series, view the Environmental Review Training page.
Related Materials and Resources
- HUD Form 7015.15: Request for Release of Funds Certification
- HP Fact Sheet #6: Guidance on Archeological Investigations in HUD Projects
- Notice CPD-12-006: Process for Tribal Consultation in Projects that are Reviewed Under 24 CFR Part 58
Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
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