LEGISLATIVE TITLE: American Folklife Preservation Act
UNITED STATES CODE CITATION: 20 U.S.C. §§ 2101 - 2107
OTHER TITLES AND POPULAR NAMES: None identified.
SUMMARY: This act establishes, in the Library of Congress, an American Folklife Center to preserve and present American folklife. The Center is to encourage research and training, foster awareness, and promote performances, festivals, exhibits, workshops, and educational programs. The act does not routinely affect Corps day-to-day operations. However, the Library of Congress could contact the Corps and request use of a site, or objects.
RESOURCES COVERED: Historic and Cultural Properties; American folklife traditional expressive culture within the various groups in the United States.
COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS: Use of sites or objects would be regulated under other historic preservation laws regarding impacts and curation standards.
REVIEW AND CONSULTATION REQUIREMENTS
Who Reviews or Consults: Library of Congress
Product: Loan of cultural items
Timing/Schedule: None specified
Civil Works Planning: ER 1105-2-100, Guidance for Conducting Civil Works Planning Studies, Chapter 7, Environmental Planning and Evaluation Considerations.
Civil Works Engineering: None specific to this statute
Civil Works Construction: None specific to this statute
Civil Works Operations: None specific to this statute
Regulatory: None specific to this statute
FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE: None identified
IMPLEMENTING GUIDANCE OF OTHER AGENCIES
Agency: None identified
Guidance Title: None identified
Code of Federal Regulations Citation: None
MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES: The Corps may participate in Library of Congress and American Folklife Center educational programs by providing information, records, displays, exhibits, and artifacts.