CalTHPO/SHPO 2017 Summit Agenda

Dec. 6 – 8, Graton Resort and Casino , Rohnert Park

Improving c ommunication, consultation, and c ooperation between Tribes and federal and state Agencies that manage historic properties and historical resources in California.

Day 1: Wednesday Dec. 6

7:30 – 8:30 Contine ntal Breakfast (Hosted by FIGR )

8:30 Welcome and Introductions

• Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria (FIGR) Blessing & Welcome

• Julianne Polanco . California State Historic Preservation Officer

• Milford Wayne Donaldson, Chairman, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

• Reno Keoni Franklin, Native American Member, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

• Attend ees introduce themselves

BREAK

Federal Water Management Agencies Section 106 Program Panel

(Shasta Gaughen moderator)

How does the Agency comply with Section 106 ?

• Bureau of Reclamation

Laureen Perry, M.A. Regional Archaeologist

• Bureau of Offshore E nergy Management (BOEM )

Dave Ball , M.A., Pacific Region Historic Preservation Officer, Tribal Liaison

• Natural R esources Conservation Service (USDA – NRCS)

NOT ON PANEL BUT WANT TO HAVE A TABLE

Denise de Joseph, Cultural Resources Specialist

Pedro Torres, Tribal Liaison

• Environmental Protection Agency Clean Water Grant Program (funding through State Water Board)

Ahmad Kashkoli

• US Army Corps, Civil Works

David G. Ray, Colonel, US Army, Sacramento District Commander

S. Joe Griffin , M.A., Chief, Cu ltural, Recreational, and Social Assessment Section

• US Army Corps, 404 Regulatory

Michael Jewell, Chief Regulatory Division

Erin Hess, Archaeologist

• US Fish and Wildlife Service

Anan Raymond, Regional Historic Preservation Officer

Lo u Ann Speulda – Drews , M.A., Historian/Historical Archaeologist

Moderated Federal Agency Panel Discussion (Q&A open to all)

12:30 – 2:00 Networking LUNCH (Hosted by FIGR )

(Federal agency tables for information sharing)

2:00 – 5:00 Afternoon Content

Fire Response : What do Tribes need to know to participate in fire response and management?

• Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Alessandro Amalgio , Regional Environmental Officer

• Cal OES – (TBD )

• Cal Recycle – Tracey Harper , Tribal Liaison

• CalFire – Chris Browd er

• BIA Representative – (Not yet confirmed)

BREAK

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) Policy and Program Developments

Chairman Donaldson & Member Franklin

Federal Agency Success Stories

• Pala Band and Corps – Shasta Gaughen , Ph.D. ( Pala THPO )

• Tribal Water Rights – Not yet confirmed

• Karuk TEK f orm and Forest Management –

Alex Watts – Tobin ( Karuk THPO ) and Jen Dyer ( Six Rivers N ational F orest Heritage Program Manager )

Wrap up

5:00 – 6:00 Reception at N orthwest I nformation C enter

Day 2: Thursday Dec. 7

7:30 – 8:30 Breakfast Hosted by Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria

8:30 Morning Welcome

Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria Welcome and Presentation

OHP News and Notes – SHPO Julianne Polanco

BREAK

State Water Resources Control Board – Cannabis Permitting program

L ily Weaver, Office of Chief Counsel

State Agency Program Panel (Shasta Gaughen moderator)

• State Parks – Leslie Hartzell & Steve Hilton,

• D epartment of Water Resources – Jackie Wait & Anecita Augustinez

• California Energy Commission (Tom Gates)

• Native American Heritage Commission ( Not yet confirmed)

• Caltrans (Sarah Allred and Jody Brown)

• High Speed Rail / FRA – Brett Rushing, Stephanie Perez

Amanda E. Ciampolillo, FRA Environmental Protection Specialist

Moderated S tate Agency Panel Discussion ( Q&A open to all )

12:00 – 1:30 LUNCH (on your own)

1:30 – 5:00 Afternoon Session

How do I get a property listed on the National Register? (OHP information – sharing)

Jay Correia, Registration Supervisor

Amy Crain, State Historian

Climate Change Policy – Tribal Chapter (Info rmation sharing )

Not yet confirmed

BREAK

State Agency Success Stories

• Lower Elk Valley Slough, 2017 CVFPP, and EPOM

Marcos Guerrero, UAIC Cultural Resources Manager

Anecita Augustinez, Department of Water Resources Tribal Liaison

• FIGR & Graton – Middletown Fire Response

Stephanie L Reyes, Middletown Rancheria THPO (tentative )

Buffy McQuillen, FIGR THPO

• Humbold t County Cannabis Permitting

Janet Eidsness, Bluelake Rancheria THP O (need confirmation)

Alex following up with County; depends on current conditions.

Wrap U p and Closing Remarks

Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria

SHPO Julianne Polanco

Day 3: Friday Dec. 8 THPOs and Tribal Cultural Resource Program

Staff only

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