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Federal Hydropower Cultural Resource Assessment(11-FD)

The National Historic Preservation Act requires Federal agencies to consider the adverse effects a hydropower project may have on cultural resources in the project area, and to identify opportunities to mitigate or minimize such effects. A hydropower developer may participate in the federal agency’s cultural resource review. If the proposed project may affect tribal lands or resources, the federal agency and/or developer may also need to consult with the affected Indian tribes.

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Determine Which Federal Permits Apply

Use this overview flowchart and following steps to learn which federal and state permits apply to your projects.

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Edit Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
Hydropower Federal Preservation Officer (Federal Energy Regulatory Agency)
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Hydropower Licensing Contacts

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Division of Lands, Realty, and Cadastral Survey Directory

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