Designed for county and municipal governmental administrators, land managers, and planners, this interesting and informative one-day seminar describes archaeological and historical resources, how best to manage these resources, and methods for promoting the resources for the benefit of counties, cities, and towns. Topics covered include:

  • cultural resource management
  • archaeological and historic preservation law
  • the role of the Florida Division of Historical Resources
  • DHR compliance review process
  • nominating sites to the National Register and designating as a State Archaeological Landmark
  • funding opportunities
  • incorporating and promoting public access to historic sites and structures
  • best management practices for cultural sites
  • economic impacts of historic preservation
  • local organizations that can assist you

Taught in partnership with the Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research.

Division of Anthropology and Archaeology