Public Inadvertent Discovery Plan
Public Inadvertent Discovery Plan (Number of pages: 16) (Publication Size: 2085KB)
Microsoft Word format (Publication Size: 7MB)
|Description||This document is an Inadvertent Discovery Plan (IDP). It provides a step-by-step guide about what to do when ground disturbing activities unearth a discovery, including but not limited to, human remains and/or historic or pre-historic resources. The IDP explains what to do, what not to do, and who to call in the event of a discovery. Projects that use this form on-site can reduce their risk and liability.|
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|Keywords||Archaeological resources, discoveries, discovery, historical resources, human remains, post-review discovery, unanticipated discovery, cultural resource protection, IDP, Water Quality form, Official Ecology Form|
|WEB PAGE||Washington Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation-What do I do if I've found human Remains|
Executive Order 05-05 or Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act Project Review Sheet
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