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This course presents an overview of law and policy, illuminates the historical context for pertinent court cases, and showcases skills often required to execute historic preservation projects in the wilderness.
The information below summarizes the opportunities for Section 106 Training available in 2019. Both online and classroom opportunities are being offered.
Join Classification HR Specialists Naomi Poissant, Kara Platt, and Casey Colonius to hear how and why the new Interpretive Park Ranger SPDs were created and how to implement them.
This group focuses on sharing the practices and leadership skills to be effective in collaboration. This broad interpretation of collaboration applies to work dynamics in your work groups, within the agency, and with external organizations or agencies.
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