Important News and Announcements
Friday, Sept. 23, 2016 Tribal representatives are invited to participate in formal nation-to-nation “Consultations on Infrastructure Decision Making.” The Departments of the Army, Interior and Justice announced six consultations throughout Indian Country to discuss...read more
NATHPO conducted the 18th National Tribal Preservation Conference and the Federal Communications Commission Section 106 Summit that was hosted by the Southern Ute Indian Tribe in Ignacio, Colorado, the week of August 29, 2016. Meeting and lodging was at the Sky Ute...read more
EVE Auction of “ART AMERINDIEN, ART PRECOLOMBIEN, AFRIQUE ET OCEANIE” Lundi 30 mai 2016 à 13h30 Click here to go to auction webpage The National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, hosted a press event of tribal leaders, federal agency...read more
House Hearing on the Historic Preservation Fund
On February 11, 2016, the House Subcommittee on Federal Lands (of the full House Natural Resources Committee) held a hearing on four bills related to the National Park Service, including reauthorizing the Historic Preservation Fund.
The National Park Service is developing federal regulations on Native American gathering of plants and plant materials on lands the NPS now manages. Rulemaking Deadlines: April 20, 2015 — First Federal Register announcement published July 20, 2015 — First...read more
Founded in 1998, the Association is a national, non-profit corporation comprised of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers and associate member tribes. NATHPO’s overarching purpose is to support the preservation, maintenance and revitalization of the culture and traditions of Native peoples of the United States. This is accomplished most importantly through the support of Tribal Historic Preservation Programs approved by the National Park Service.