Important News and Announcements
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
NATHPO’s annual conference was held the week of August 17, 2015, at the Route 66 Casino Hotel in New Mexico. Route 66 Casino Hotel is associated with the Pueblo of Laguna. Conference Agenda and Program NATHPO thanks our conference sponsors and supporters:...read more
Notice of Initiation of NATHPO Disaster Preparedness Project and Request for Information NATHPO is pleased to be assisting the Narragansett Indian Tribal Historic Preservation Office with the preparation of a report on Tribal Preservation Planning Needs in Case of...read more
Public Comment Sought on “Curation of Federally-Owned and Administered Archeological Collections” — deadline Feb. 17, 2015.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.