11th Annual Cultural Resource Protection Summit will take place at the Suquamish Tribe’s House of Awakened Culture near Poulsbo. We are actively seeking to increase participation by those responsible for or affected by the intersection between cultural resources and land use, and experience has taught us that this includes you and your members.
This year, the Summit agenda includes an engaging array of cutting-edge topics that will encourage attendees to examine the benefits of a landscape approach and how it might inform workable solutions for today’s most pressing challenges to effective cultural resource protection. If you are a land use planner, a CRM professional, or someone who works with these parties, you need to attend this summit!
The Summit Agenda Planning Committee also invites you to apply for a free Summit registration donated by our event producer, the nonprofit Eppard Vision. All submissions are due by April 23. The Committee will review the submissions and award one free registration in each of the following categories: Tribes, agencies, consultants, and students. Winners will be notified on May 1.