CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
The STIPP assists clients with project compliance at the federal, state, and local levels within the Spokane Tribe of Indians traditional homelands under the following regulations.
- Section 106 (National Historic Preservation Act)
- National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA)
- Native American Graves Protection Act (NAGPRA)
- State Regulatory Compliance
- Local Regulatory Compliance
- Survey and Inventories
- Site Testing/Excavations
- Construction Monitoring
- Human Remains Identification
- Site Condition Monitoring
- ARPA Patrol and Damage Assessments
- Traditional Cultural Properties Identification and Documentation
For tribal consultation under Section 106, NEPA, etc. please contact the Spokane Tribe of Indians Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Randy Abrahamson at 509-258-4222.
FEATURED CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROJECTS
FCRPS Cultural Resource Program Lake Roosevelt Spokane Arm
City of Spokane
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Spokane Community College
The Spokane Tribe of Indians vision is to achieve true sovereignty by attaining self-sufficiency. We will preserve and enhance our traditional values by living and teaching the inherent principles of respect, honor and integrity as embodied in our language and life-ways. We will develop strong leadership through education, accountability, experience and positive reinforcement.