The Washington State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) is pleased to offer training through DAHP Academy, our in-house education program for both professionals and the general public. At the training, our staff of professionals with expertise in archaeology, architectural history, preservation techniques and history, will focus on specific issues relating to historic preservation and the office’s various programs. While each session will focus on a particular topic in which staff will go into depth, you will also hear about the latest preservation news and learn about new office policies toward protecting Washington rich cultural resources.
All DAHP Academy trainings are free, but are limited in space due to the size of the training facility. To sign up for the latest class please us our on-line form
Training Topics May include:
|National Register of Historic Places||Tax Credits||
|Section 106||SEPA||Historic Resource Survey|
|Architectural Styles||Secretary of The Interior Standards||Statewide Preservation Plan|
|Maintenance of Historic Buildings||Ceritified Local Government Basics||Historic Preservation 101 for Realtors|
|Certified Local Government Grants||Conducting Research of Historic Places||SEPA - Forest Practices Act|
|Local Designation & Regulations||Preservation Plans|
February 26, 2019 - 9am - noon Cancelled due to scheduling conflicts
Local Government Archaeologist Stephanie Jolivette and GIS Cultural Resource Analyst Morgan McLemore will take some time to go over DAHP review and processing of proposals authorized or permitted by local and state agencies under the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) and Forest Practices Act (FPA). Stephanie and Morgan will explain their submittal requirements, workflow, and tips to make for an efficient review process.
Future Sessions -
April 10, 2019 - NR Workshop
June 19, 2019 - Preservation & Management of Marine Resources
August 21 2019 - Wisaard Updates and Overview
November 6, 2019 - Survey & Inventory methodology, planning, budgeting, and implementation