Overview

The National NAGPRA Program offers non-competitive Repatriation grants and competitive Consultation/Documentation grants to Indian tribes, Native Hawaiian organizations, and museums. The grants fund projects that further Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) implementation. This webinar focuses on the Consultation/Documentation grant application process. Use this time to mine an expert's NAGPRA grant writing knowledge to help you finalize your submission. Use this conversational format to have your questions answered and to learn how others are addressing NAGPRA projects.

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Participants will receive logistics information by email on how to access the webinar using the Zoom meeting format at least a week prior to the training.

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Participants will be invited to submit questions in advance.

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Deadlines: NAGPRA Grants for Fiscal Year 2022 https://www.nps.gov/subjects/nagpra/grants.htm

• Consultation/Documentation Grants: deadline March 11, 2022

• Repatriation Grants: deadline May 13, 2022


Agenda

• Questions

• Answers

• Discussion

Prerequisites

• NAGPRA grant application reviewed

• Recording from the NAGPRA Community of Practice December 10, 2021, meeting on FY22 NAGPRA grant process reviewed, "NAGPRA Grants with Sarah Glass, National NAGPRA Program," https://udenver.zoom.us/rec/share/-gIAazPAtzMuzTGNmuUM40BPwxRo6x2-7zbh8TFhN8EQI3wp-p_VlLZ2IQ8-Hc70.gjkmz-Wxbr__oFv6

• Draft, almost final NAGPRA grant submission prepared

Training Curriculum

Webinar
(One 90-minute webinar training)

  • 1

    Tuesday, February 15 -- Link to Zoom

    • About Today's Session - How to Join the Zoom Meeting

  • 2

    Supplemental Materials

    • NAGPRA (25 USC 3001 et seq.)

    • Implementing Regulations (43 CFR 10)

    • NAGPRA Grant Funding Opportunity Announcement - Consultation/Documentation FY22

    • NAGPRA Grant Funding Opportunity Announcement - Repatriation FY22

    • NAGPRA Grant Proposal - City of St. Ignace C/D Grant

    • NAGPRA Grant Proposal - Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes C/D Grant

    • NAGPRA Grant Proposal - Santa Ana Grant

  • 3

    Course Evaluation

    • NPI Evaluation

Faculty

Faculty

Jan I. Bernstein

Jan I. Bernstein, founder and managing director, Bernstein & Associates NAGPRA Consultants, provides Indian tribes, Native Hawaiian organizations, museums, and federal agencies with NAGPRA implementation services, including training, grant writing, strategic plan development and consultation planning and facilitation6
Full Bio/CV

Participants

This training is suitable for

  • Staff of Indian tribes, Alaska Native villages, Native Hawaiian organizations, and museums

Webinar

Tuesday, February 15, 2022
3:00 p.m. EST
Limited to 25 participants
Free for past participants of a NAGPRA Grant Proposal Development webinar: To register, email info@npi.org or go to https://www.npi.org/contact-us
Scholarships available—see below

  • $75.00

    FREE for past participants of a NAGPRA Grant Proposal Development webinar (email info@npi.org to register)!

    For all others: click on "Register Now" and then "Pay with PayPal" to use PayPal or to pay by debit or credit card

    Register now

Scholarships

National NAGPRA Program scholarships covering tuition fees for several NPI seminars may be available for participants from museums and federally recognized tribes, Alaska Native villages, or Native Hawaiian organizations. Read more and download application.

Customized Training

NPI also offers eLearning and webinar modules as customized training to meet specific organizational needs. They can be tailored to create training at a time convenient to the sponsor. Contact NPI at 703.765.0100 or info@npi.org for further information.