Cultural Resource Protection for Forest Managers

Thanks to all of our Sponsors
Agenda
Start Date: November 1, 2011
Location: Little Creek Casino, Shelton, WA

Sponsored by Washington Forest Protection Association and Western Forestry and Conservation Association

9:00 Overview of Cultural Resources Protection: Why Are These Resources Important? Rich Wood, WA State Department of Natural Resources, Olympia, WA
9:30 Our Cultural Resources: A Tribal PerspectiveRhonda Foster, Cultural Resources Director, Squaxin Island Tribe, Shelton, WA
10:00 Overview of Washington State Archeological and Historic Resource Protection ProgramsAllyson Brooks, State Historic Preservation Officer, Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation, State of Washington, Olympia, WA
10;45 Break
11:15 Overview of TFW Cultural Resource Protection and Management PlanPete Heide, Senior Director of Forest Policy, Washington Forest Protection Association, Olympia, WA
11:25 How Tribes and the Forest Industry Can Work Together on Cultural Resource Issues — Jim Peters, Habitat Policy Analyst, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, Olympia, WA
Noon Lunch
1:00 Identifying Cultural Resources in the Field: What to do When You Find a Site and Developing Site Management Plans for Harvest UnitsLee Stilson, State Lands Archeologist, WA State Department of Natural Resources, Olympia, WA
2:00 Working with an ArcheologistGretchen Kaehler, Assistant State Archeologist, Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation, State of Washington, Olympia, WA
2:20 Break
2:40 WA Private Forestland Cultural Resources Management Case HistoryHancock Forest Management
3:10 WA Private Forestland Cultural Resources Management Case HistoryMerrill and Ring
3:40 Adjourn
About the Conference
Cultural resources help define human history and provide evidence of how people lived, where important events occurred and where traditional ceremonial and social events took place. Forest management activities may take place in potential archeological or historic sites. This workshop will assist forest managers in understanding how to manage for both forestry and cultural resources.
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