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How do you successfully identify and manage the risks inherent with mining projects while complying with environmental and cultural resources laws? A sound strategy is the starting point. This requires effectively navigating federal processes such as the National Environmental Policy Act and National Historic Preservation Act, while facilitating productive and proactive dialog with Native American Tribes who are sovereign nations, and among stakeholders such as landowners and environmental activists.
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Jenny Bring is Cultural Resources Manager at 106 Group. Clients praise Jenny’s sharp focus and ability to effectively coordinate the NHPA and NEPA processes as project manager for a wide range of projects, including mining, interstate pipelines, wind and solar energy farms, and rail and transit. She has also facilitated consultation with agencies, Native American tribes, and community groups to bring resolution to potential project issues. Jenny has presented at numerous conferences and webinars, most recently for the National Association of Environmental Professionals.
Anne Ketz’s career in cultural resources management and planning extends over 40 years and three continents. A recognized leader in guiding clients through the maze of federal, state, and local preservation legislation, Anne’s diplomacy brings successful resolution to complex and controversial projects. Since founding the 106 Group in 1992, she has worked with a broad range of stakeholders, including community activists, planners, and Native American leaders. Anne has authored hundreds of cultural resources and historic preservation reports and papers. Her presence in and commitment to the profession is further demonstrated through public speaking, scholarly publications, school programs, and training for volunteers and interns.