Glen Canyon Adaptive Management Program - Hopi

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Glen Canyon Adaptive Management Program - Hopi: The Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program (GCDAMP) was established for the long-term preservation and management of the cultural and natural resources of the Grand Canyon in accordance with the Grand Canyon Protection Act of 1992 (GCPA) and the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 as amended (NHPA). Reclamation has determined that its operation of Glen Canyon Dam under the 2016 Record of Decision for the Glen Canyon Dam Long-Term Experimental and Management Plan is an undertaking that might result in changes to the character of downstream historic properties. To facilitate compliance, a Programmatic Agreement (PA) was entered into by Reclamation, the Western Region and Rocky Mountain Region of the National Park Service (NPS), the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the Arizona State Historic Preservation Officer, the Hopi Tribe, the Hualapai Tribe, the Navajo Nation, the Zuni Pueblo, and the Paiute Consortium. The GCDAMP, GCPA, NHPA, and PA all contain language mandating consultation with concerned Native American Tribes, for the identification, evaluation, and treatment of historic properties of significance to these Native American Tribes. The Pueblo of Zuni participated in this process to identify, evaluate, monitor, and equally participate in the long-term management of all historic properties, sacred areas, and locations of traditional Zuni cultural use that are within the area affected by the operations of Glen Canyon Dam. The Tribe's participation in the GCDAMP is essential to ensuring that the tribal values are represented at the various program functions and to ensure effective government-to-government consultation on federal undertakings that may affect resources important to the Tribe. RECIPIENT INVOLVEMENT Specific Tasks 1) GCDAMP Participation Assign an AMWG representative and alternate, and have representation at all AMWG meetings. There are typically two AMWG meetings a year in August and February. A Webinar conference call may also be scheduled if necessary. Review meeting materials and products produced by AMWG and contribute tribal perspectives as appropriate. Assign a TWG representative and alternate and have representation at all TWG meetings. TWG meets 5 to 6 times yearly. Other meetings such as the GCMRC annual reporting meeting are associated with TWG and should be attended also. Review meeting materials and documents produced by TWG and contribute tribal perspectives as appropriate. • Act as a liaison between GCDAMP programs, tribal leaders, and staff • Participate in ad hoc groups that relate to tribal concerns i.e. the Cultural Resources group. • Inform DOI agencies and processes of tribal perspectives and cultural resources in the Grand Canyon. • Update and make recommendations on the status of cultural resources in the Canyon to TWG and AMWG. 2) Conduct government to government consultations when necessary. 3) Conduct annual monitoring of cultural resources in the Grand and Glen Canyons according to tribal protocols, by participating in yearly river trips. 4) Provide supplies and equipment as necessary for participation in the GCDAMP such as computers, printers, field and office supplies. RECLAMATION INVOLVEMENT No substantial involvement on the part of Reclamation is anticipated for the successful completion of the objectives to be funded by this award. It is anticipated that Reclamation's involvement will consist of standard federal stewardship responsibilities such as monitoring project performance, technical assistance at the request of the recipient, etc.
Federal Grant Title: Glen Canyon Adaptive Management Program - Hopi
Federal Agency Name: Bureau of Reclamation (DOI-BOR)
Grant Categories: Natural Resources
Type of Opportunity: Discretionary
Funding Opportunity Number: BOR-UC-18-N009
Type of Funding: Grant
CFDA Numbers: 15.511
CFDA Descriptions: Information not provided
Current Application Deadline: February 19th, 2018
Original Application Deadline: February 19th, 2018
Posted Date: February 6th, 2018
Creation Date: February 6th, 2018
Archive Date: March 21st, 2018
Total Program Funding: $650,000
Maximum Federal Grant Award: $650,000
Minimum Federal Grant Award: $1
Expected Number of Awards: 1
Cost Sharing or Matching: No
Last Updated: February 6th, 2018
Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
Grant Announcement Contact
Karen Shubert
Grants Management Specialist
Phone 801 524 3663
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