Dr. Wood Appointed to Georgia National Register Review Board
Dr. M. Jared Wood (Department of Sociology and Anthropology) was recently appointed to serve on the Georgia National Register Review Board for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The Review Board plays an important role in the identification, protection, and preservation of archaeological and historic resources in our State.
Composed of representatives from architecture, archaeology, history, and architectural history, as well as at-large members, the Board recommends properties for nominations to the National Register of Historic Places, participates in the state historic preservation planning process, and advises Georgia DNR on matters concerning their historic preservation program.
Board members serve three or four-year terms, and are appointed by the Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources with input from the Georgia DNR Historic Preservation Division Director and Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer.
Please join us in congratulating Jared! It is a great honor to him and to our department that he has been chosen to serve in this important capacity.
Find out more about the Georgia National Register Review Board for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources by visiting their website or watching the video below:
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