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r3 Supplement 2300-99-3

EFFECTIVE DATE: 08/12/1999

DURATION: This supplement is effective until superseded or removed


2360

Page of



FSm 2300 - recreation, wilderness, and related resource management

Chapter 2360 – special interest areas







Forest Service manual

southwestern region (region 3)

ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO


fsm 2300 – recreation, wilderness, and related resources management
chapteR 2360 – special interest areas
Supplement No.: 2300-99-3
Effective Date: August 12, 1999
Duration: This supplement is effective until superseded or removed.


Approved: ELEANOR S. TOWNS

Regional Forester



Date Approved: 04/12/1999


Posting Instructions: Supplements are numbered consecutively by title and calendar year. Post by document; remove the entire document and replace with this supplement. Retain this transmittal as the first page(s) of this document. The last supplement to this title was 2300-99-2 to Zero Code.


New Document(s):


2360

29Pages

Superseded Document(s) (Amendment Number and Effective Date)




27 Pages


Digest:


2361.29

This supplement incorporates expired Interim Directive R3 2360-98-1 and updates direction for treatment and disposition of Native American human remains. Direction is consistent with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, NAGPRA, (Title 25, United States Code, section 3001 et seq.). Significant numbers of Native American human remains and associated funerary objects have been excavated from Southwestern Region lands. This ID directs that the disposition of Native American human remains and associated funerary objects be carried out in consultation with culturally affiliated Indian tribes.
The reburial of Native American human remains and associated funerary objects is authorized on Southwestern Region lands, provided the human remains and funerary objects were recovered from Southwestern Region lands. This ID also provides for apportionment of costs of reburials.
Policy is clarified so that Forest Supervisors develop plans of action relating to this directive and they may authorize reburial of Native American human remains.
Policy is added relating to cooperation with tribal governments to facilitate reburial of repatriated remains.






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