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Jennifer Nachmanoff
Cultural Resources Specialist and Technical Writer
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Ms. Nachmanoff is an anthropologist with over 12 years of experience in environmental consulting and cultural resource management. She has participated in and directed cultural resource inventories and impact evaluations for projects throughout the western United States. Ms. Nachmanoff is experienced with federal and state of California laws and regulations pertaining to cultural resource management, including the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the Native American Graves and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), the Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA), and the American Indian Religious Freedom Act (AIRFA), and the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

For the South Bay Salt Ponds Initial Stewardship Project, covering approximately 15,100 acres of salt evaporation ponds and related features acquired by USFWS and CDFG from Cargill Corporation in the South San Francisco Bay, Ms. Nachmanoff served as Cultural Resource Task Leader and assisted with analysis of other impacts, technical editing, and project. Also served as Cultural Resources Task Leader and Project Coordinator for numerous large-scale natural resource and land management planning projects, including several U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Sacramento District) projects: the Statewide Historic Buildings and Structures Inventory for Department of Defense Installations in the State of California; Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plans for the Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach (WPNSTA Seal Beach) and WPNSTA Seal Beach, Detachment; and the Oakland Army Base Disposal and Reuse EIS. Other related NEPA/CEQA project experience includes the Skyline Corridor Wetlands Project at the Susanville Consolidated Sanitation District Wastewater Treatment Plant in Susanville, California; the City of West Sacramento Wastewater Treatment Plant Pipeline Retrofit Project in Sacramento County, California; and the Tuscarora Pipeline Project Cultural Resource Survey in Oregon, California and Nevada.


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