The Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) is partnering with the Washington State Historical Society (WSHS) and the Emergency Management Division (EMD) of the State Military Department to host a workshop on developing a statewide action plan for assisting heritage organizations to prepare for and recover in the event of a disaster. This is a timely workshop that will provide for audience interaction to learn and think about the cultural resources under your stewardship...more
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A quick reminder that proposals are due to be submitted to DAHP no later than 5:00 pm this coming Friday, July 14th. The project is Phase II of DAHP's effort to document and better understand the historic experience of the Hispanic community in Washington State. Phase II will focus on that experience from the mid to later decades of the 20th century in the Seattle metropolitan area and examining efforts by the community to organize and strive for a stronger voice in the affairs of...more
The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT) and the Vanishing Treasures Program announces the availability of applications to their upcoming workshop on Traditional Finishes: Lime-Based Treatments at Grand Teton National Park on July 25-27. To register, go to this google forms link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/...more
EZ Form TrainingEZ Webinar for non-cultural resources professionals Date: July 13, 2017 Time: 10 am until 11:15 am Join Kim Gant for a comprehensive training webinar on the EZ forms including a tutorial of the EZ-2 in Wisaard. This webinar is limited to 100 participants and registration is required. This training will cover:
- When EZ-1, EZ-2, and EZ-3 forms are necessary
- Searching for existing properties on the map...
- There were previously problems with the printing of the archaeology site form. Sometimes it would not print, sometimes it printed and didn't print all of the data. We hope those things are repaired now.
- Existing Archaeology Sites are no longer being hidden from...