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State Historic Preservation Office Annual Review and Compliance Seminar

Annual Review and Compliance
Cultural Resource Management Seminar

The Annual Review and Compliance seminar hosted by the Minnesota State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)

  • Date: Tuesday, May 7, 2013
  • Time: 1:00 to 5:00 pm
  • Location: Minnesota History Center, 3M Auditorium
  • Theme: Lining It Up: Addressing Linear Resources and Projects
  • Registration: $10 (includes refreshments)

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For More Information: Kelly Gragg-Johnson, 651-259-3455 or kelly.graggjohnson@mnhs.org

Agenda

1:00 P.M. Introductions and Updates

Introduction and Opening Remarks
    Barbara Mitchell Howard, Deputy SHPO

National Register Updates
    Denis Gardner, National Register Historian & David Mather, National Register Archaeologist

SHPO Compliance Unit Update and Remarks on Seminar Theme
    Mary Ann Heidemann, SHPO Compliance Unit

1:30 P.M. Survey, Evaluation and Management Approaches for Historic Roads

Facilitator: Mary Ann Heidemann, SHPO

  • Gunflint Trail, Grand Marais and Cook County
    Presenter: Sue Granger, Gemini Research
  • Skyline Parkway, Duluth and St. Louis County
    Presenter: Will Stark, Stark Preservation Planning

3:00 P.M. Refreshments and Networking Break - Heffelfinger Room (Cafe Minnesota)

3:30 P.M. Multiple Property Documentation Form for Railroads in Minnesota, 1862-1956

  • Facilitator: David Mather, SHPO
    Presenter: Andrew Schmidt, Summit Envirosolutions

4:10 P.M. Management and Logistics for the Bottineau Transitway Project

  • Facilitator: Dennis Gimmestad, MnDOT
    Presenter: Jennifer Bring, The 106 Group

4:50 P.M. Questions, Comments and Seminar Wrap-up

5:00 P.M. Adjourn

  • Café Minnesota open for further discussion
  • MN History Center open till 8:00 with complimentary admission

The event will be held in the 3M Auditorium in the Minnesota History Center, at 345 Kellogg Boulevard West. Parking is available at the History Center for $5, and the cafe will be open before and after the session for those who wish to purchase lunch or a snack.

Special Opportunity: The Minnesota History Center is open free of charge on Tuesday evenings until 8:00 p.m., so plan to tour some of our exhibits after the seminar concludes.

Hope to see you there!