Archaeological and Endangered Species Act Compliance in Construction Projects
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Thursday, September 29, 2022
8:30 am – 3:30 pm CDT (including a 30-min. break)
Ashley E. Jones, M.A., R.P.A.
Michael Liptak, Ph.D.
Archaeological Sites Compliance
Protection of Archaeological Sites: Law and Principles
Laws and regulations protecting archaeological sites
• National Historic Preservation Act of 1966
• The Antiquities Act of 1906
• Archaeological Resources Protection Act of 1979
• Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
• State and local laws
Identifying and Locating Archaeological Sites Early in the Process
Sources of information
Costs and funding
Working on Archaeological Sites
Policies and procedures
Unanticipated archaeological sites
Endangered Species Act Compliance
Why are some species common and some are rare?
Wildlife Regulation in the U.S. and the Endangered Species Act
Brief history of wildlife conservation in the U.S.
Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918
Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act of 1940
Endangered Species Act of 1973
The role of federal agencies (US Army Corps of Engineers, the US Fish and Wildlife Service) and state agencies
(Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency)
What triggers agency involvement
What is the difference between endangered and threatened species?
Federally endangered vs. state endangered?
What other classifications area there?
Global, federal, and state definitions
The concept of “take”
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6.0 HSW CE Hours
6.0 AIA LU|HSW
6.0 HSW CE Hours
6.0 LA CES HSW PDHs
Continuing Education Credit Information
This webinar is open to the public and is designed to offer 6.0 PDHs to professional engineers, 6.0 HSW continuing education hours to licensed architects, and 6.0 HSW continuing education hours to landscape architects in all states that allow this learning method. Please refer to specific state rules to determine eligibility.
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Ashley JonesMoore Archeological Consulting, Inc.
Principal Investigator/Project Manager at Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc.
Ashley E. Jones serves as a Principal Investigator and Project Manager for cultural resource projects. Her duties include preparing scopes of work and research designs, the execution of archeological permits, the management of field investigations, and reporting for Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and Antiquities Code of Texas permitted projects. Through her education and career, Ms. Jones has acquired extensive clearance experience on a wide-range of cultural resource projects, including artifact analyses, exploratory testing excavations, and large-scale data recovery excavations. She has completed Phase I, II and III field investigations in Texas, Oklahoma, Ohio, New Mexico and Arizona. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Virginia, Charlottesville and a Master of Arts degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Ms. Jones currently serves as a Board of Directors member for the Houston Archeological Society (HAS), which was founded in 1959 to understand the prehistory of the Upper Texas Gulf Coast. With HAS, she runs a public outreach and education program in northwest Harris County. She is the Diversity Chair for the Houston Chapter of WTS, an international organization that promotes the careers of women in the transportation industry.
Dr. Michael A. Liptak Ph.D.
Michael Liptak, Ph.D., Senior Ecologist at EnviroScience, Inc.
Dr. Michael Liptak is a senior ecologist at EnviroScience, Inc, where he specializes in wetland ecology, wetland restoration, and mitigation wetland design. Dr. Liptak earned a B.S. in Biology at the University of Toledo and a Ph.D. in Environmental Science at Ohio State University under the noted wetland ecologist Dr. William Mitsch. He has over 25 years of experience in wetlands research and consulting and is a Certified Senior Ecologist (Ecological Society of America). His primary responsibilities at EnviroScience Inc. include wetland mitigation planning, wetland assessments and delineations, technical report preparation, and permitting. Dr. Liptak is a member of the Society of Wetlands Scientists and the Ecological Society of America, and regularly gives seminars on wetland issues and regulations within Ohio.
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Course Title: Archaeological and Endangered Species Act Compliance in Construction Projects
Delivery Method: Live Online
Course Description: This course is intended to assist design professionals in navigating the complex issues of archaeological sites and endangered species as they relate to development and construction activities. Design professionals have a legal and ethical obligation to protect archaeological sites and endangered species, and this course reviews the applicable laws, identifies the roles of the various enforcement agencies, provides guidance on identifying, locating and working on archaeological sites, and reviews useful definitions and case studies.
Learning Objective 1:
Learners will be able to review the laws and regulations protecting archaeological sites, including the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, The Antiquities Act of 1906, the Archaeological Resources Protection Act of 1979, and more.
Learning Objective 2:
Learners will be able to utilize various sources of information to identify and locate archaeological sites early in the development process.
Learning Objective 3:
Learners will be able to understand the appropriate policies, procedures and practices when working on archaeological sites and examine related case studies.
Learning Objective 4:
Learners will be able to review the laws and regulations protecting endangered species, including the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918, the Endangered Species Act of 1973 and more.
Learning Objective 5:
Learners will be able to review definitions related to threatened and endangered species at both the federal and state level, as well as the federal, state and local agencies of enforcement.
LUs: 6.0 LU Type: LU|HSWs.
Prerequisites: Familiarity with site evaluation
Advance Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
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