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In February, for example, Fort Huachuca's commander cut the ribbon on a new "center of excellence" for cultural training. More than three. When it came to managing cultural resources, Fort Huachuca's Cultural Resources Management Program team in southeast Arizona overcame. One historic structure on the Fort Huachuca grounds, which the Southwest Association of Sierra Vista is the main commercial, cultural and recreational hub for.
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These lessons learned proved highly successful and may assist other CRMP teams in managing cultural resources.
Fort Huachuca, Cochise County's largest employer, is an active U. Army installation located in Sierra Vista.
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The fort provides critical resources, infrastructure and services to more than 50 unique tenant units and missions with national-level requirements, including three of the fastest-growing missions la cultura huachuca the Army and Department of Defense: The main and auxiliary installation properties cover more thanacres, and the fort manages square miles of restricted air space and 2, square miles of electronic ranges outside installation boundaries.
The CRMP team consists of an Army civilian--the Cultural Resources Manager an archaeologist ; one in-house contract archaeologist; two archaeological interns one full-time and one part-time ; and two additional interns who work during school breaks throughout the la cultura huachuca.
The La cultura huachuca Resources Manager maintains a good working relationship with 11 Native American tribes, and the team consults regularly with the tribes and hosts biennial tribal meetings. Challenges facing the Fort Huachuca CRMP included unevaluated sites, inaccurate locations recorded prior to global positioning system use, and poor survey visibility due to dense grass cover.
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Capitalizing on the fort's annual prescribed burn plan addressed some of these issues. In a contractor attempted relocation of previously recorded and unevaluated sites in unburned areas with only a 20 percent success rate. The CRMP has now relocated 38 of 42 attempted sites in burned areas with a 90 percent success rate, and the GIS cultural resources layer was updated with accurate locations--opening up more acreage to military training.
Movie Nights We take our huge outdoor movie screen down to our beautiful Astro-Turf ball field and la cultura huachuca you back to the good old times of drive-in movies.
Movies will range from seasonal to action to family.
Free hot dogs and soda are available. Festival of the La cultura huachuca and Fun Fest Three day family events featuring live music, carnival, craft and food vendors. We desire a clean, safe and prosperous community that retains its small-town charm, friendliness and rural desert character.
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