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July 2017 Webinar: What Are Cultural Resources and Why Are They Important?
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July 2017 Webinar: What Are Cultural Resources and Why Are They Important?

Through this presentation, Mr. Stone will provide project examples and current regulatory policies and procedures to provide a better understanding of what cultural resources are and how they can impact a project.

 Export to Your Calendar 7/11/2017
When: Tuesday July 11th, 2017
Noon to 1 PM CT
Where: Your Computer, Phone, or Tablet
United States
Contact: Mike Sosa
5124728905


Online registration is available until: 7/12/2017
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Since cultural resources laws and regulations began to appear in the 1960s, the numerous revisions, ways in which agencies have adopted procedures, and general litigation has further mystified how cultural resources are interpreted and how the regulatory process should be implemented.  Compounding this problem is the fact that the vast majority of the public knows little about cultural resources and their potential significance to a given project, a company’s public relations, a Native American tribe, or the community at large.  Through this presentation, Mr. Stone will provide project examples and current regulatory policies and procedures to provide a better understanding of what cultural resources are and how they can impact a project. 

 

About The Presenter: Kevin Stone, MA, RPA

Vice President of Integrated Environmental Solutions, LLC

Kevin Stone is Vice President of Integrated Environmental Solutions, LLC and the Director of the cultural resources department. Mr. Stone received his Bachelor of Arts in History from Abilene Christian University and Master of Arts in Anthropology from Texas Tech University. He is responsible for developing and implementing cost effective strategies to ensure historic and prehistoric cultural resources are considered during the design phase of a given project. Over the last eight years, Mr. Stone has drafted countless reports under contract and in coordination with numerous political subdivisions, private contractors, and landowners to provide assistance in navigating the obstacles surrounding cultural resources and the permitting process. Mr. Stone believes that by becoming aware of cultural resources, and the potential pitfalls surrounding them, parties dealing with cultural resources can more efficiently navigate the process and complete the project without further delays. Mr. Stone remains active in the archeological community, as he is a member of the Texas Archeological Society, Council of Texas Archeologists, and is a Registered Professional Archeologist.

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