Unique Skill ID: ESE1E2D9F58F00151C69

National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA)

The National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) is a federal law in the United States that aims to preserve historic and cultural resources, including buildings, districts, and archaeological sites. This law requires federal agencies to identify and evaluate potential impacts on historic properties during their planning and decision-making processes. Additionally, the law established the National Register of Historic Places, which provides recognition and protection for significant historic sites. Those who are knowledgeable in the NHPA have a specialized skillset and are often involved in historic preservation and restoration projects.

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Archaeology
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Cultural Resource Management
Endangered Species Act
Environmental Impact Statements
Environmental Planning
Historic Preservation
Historical Archaeology
National Environmental Policy Act
Prehistory

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