On November 25, the National Trust led a letter about the impact that reorganization of the Bureau of Land Management will have on the agency’s capacity to steward the largest, most diverse and most scientifically important body of cultural resources managed by any federal agency. The letter urges the House and Senate appropriators to exercise strong oversight of the reorganization and work to halt actions that would diminish management of cultural resources. In addition to the National Trust, the letter was signed by the American Anthropological Association, The Archaeological Conservancy, American Cultural Resources Association, Archaeology Southwest, National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers, Society for American Archaeology, Society for Historic Archaeology, and Society for Vertebrate Paleontology.
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