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Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 Highlights
Section 106 Compliance

  • 102 Cultural Resources Reviews were completed
  • 5,031 acres were surveyed for cultural resources (as result of Section 106 actions).
  • 27 new archaeological sites were identified and recorded on the Hanford Site
  • 4 archaeological sites were revisited, and their documentation updated
  • 12 National Register evaluations were completed
  • 0 archaeological sites were determined eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.

Section 110 Archaeological Site Condition Monitoring Program

  • 11 archaeological sites were monitored for condition
  • 0 archaeological site was stabilized, rehabilitated, and/or protected

 

Fiscal Year (FY) 2015 Highlights
Section 106 Compliance

  • 140 Cultural Resources Reviews were completed
  • 1,231 acres were surveyed for cultural resources (as result of Section 106 actions).
  • 3 new archaeological sites were identified and recorded on the Hanford Site
  • 3 archaeological sites were revisited, and their documentation updated
  • 27 National Register evaluations were completed
  • 15 archaeological sites were determined eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.

Section 110 Archaeological Site Condition Monitoring Program

  • 9 archaeological sites were monitored for condition
  • 0 archaeological site was stabilized, rehabilitated, and/or protected

 

Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 Highlights
Section 106 Compliance

  • 57 Cultural Resources Reviews were completed
  • 1,473 acres were surveyed for cultural resources (as result of Section 106 actions).
  • 10 new archaeological sites were identified and recorded on the Hanford Site
  • 2 archaeological sites were revisited, and their documentation updated
  • 1 National Register evaluations were completed
  • 1 archaeological sites were determined eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.

Section 110 Archaeological Site Condition Monitoring Program

  • 9 archaeological sites were monitored for condition
  • 0 archaeological site was stabilized, rehabilitated, and/or protected

 

Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 Highlights
Section 106 Compliance

  • 108 Cultural Resources Reviews were completed
  • 6,000 acres were surveyed for cultural resources (as result of Section 106 actions).
  • 10 new archaeological sites were identified and recorded on the Hanford Site
  • 5 archaeological sites were revisited, and their documentation updated
  • 5 National Register evaluations were completed
  • 5 archaeological sites were determined eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.

Section 110 Archaeological Site Condition Monitoring Program

  • 39 archaeological sites were monitored for condition
  • 1 archaeological site was stabilized, rehabilitated, and/or protected

 

Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Highlights

Section 106 Compliance

  • 132 Cultural Resources Reviews were completed
  • 991 acres were surveyed for cultural resources (as result of Section 106 actions).
  • 17 new archaeological sites were identified and recorded on the Hanford Site
  • 20 archaeological sites were revisited, and their documentation updated
  • 53 National Register evaluations were completed
  • 8 archaeological sites were determined eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.

Section 110 Archaeological Site Condition Monitoring Program

  • 72 archaeological sites were monitored for condition
  • 4 archaeological sites were stabilized, rehabilitated, and/or protected

In addition, Section 110 monitoring program was revamped with the completion of new forms that identify additional important variables, a new baseline from records and field visits, and a desk instruction detailing drivers, task objectives and procedures, as well as completed schedule for FY2013.  The changes made to the monitoring program will ensure that site condition monitoring is completed in a more comprehensive and efficient manner and collecting data that can be better used for resource management decisions.
 

Public Outreach and Training

During FY2012, the DOE-RL Cultural Resources Program developed training modules aimed at educating both on-site Hanford workers, as well as the public, on the importance of cultural resources, their protection, and preservation.

To view the training module Click Here.

 

 

 

 

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