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Greg and Marion Werkheiser Talk Government Affairs

Marion and Greg Werkheiser sat down with Clint Tankersley, host of the HiFi History podcast, to talk about how cultural heritage advocates can successfully influence legislators, and our firm’s approach to government affairs. Check it out here!

By |Thursday, October 29, 2015|Blog|0 Comments

CHP Joins EU Transparency Register; Gains EU Parliament Accreditation

We are happy to announce that on September 11, CHP officially joined the European Union Transparency Register. The Register is Europe’s only official database for organizations seeking to lobby, and gain accreditation and respect among EU institutions. On October 5, CHP became officially accredited to the EU Parliament. We are very excited to expand our […]

By |Thursday, October 8, 2015|Blog|0 Comments

CHP Building Unprecedented Coalition for Preservation50

Has your organization joined Preservation 50, the United States’ four-year effort to celebrate, learn from, and leverage the National Historic Preservation Act’s first five decades to assure historic preservation’s vibrant future in America? Cultural Heritage Partners is the management team for the Preservation50 coalition, which is bringing together an unprecedented coalition of more than 300 […]

By |Monday, August 17, 2015|Blog|0 Comments

LEAP Forward: CHP Evolves GAPP to Become LEAP

We have officially crossed the line—the energy sector line, that is. GAPP is now LEAP!
We formed the Gas and Preservation Partnership in 2013 to find collaborative and voluntary practices that would allow natural gas companies to advance their business goals while also valuing the estimated 200,000 historic and cultural resources that might be impacted during […]

By |Monday, August 17, 2015|Blog|0 Comments

CHP Sues New Jersey For Civil Rights Violations Against American Indian Clients

CAMDEN, NJ (July 20, 2015) — The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation, an American Indian tribe of 3,000 members headquartered in Bridgeton, New Jersey, today filed a civil rights action in federal court against the state of New Jersey. The Tribe alleges that between 1980 and 1982 the state officially recognized it and two other New […]

By |Monday, August 17, 2015|Blog|0 Comments