California has been home to a wide diversity of people for more than 14,000 years. The California Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) is pleased to partner with Native American tribal groups, organizations, and individuals in the identification, evaluation, protection, and preservation of our state's important cultural resources. In the interest of furthering such partnerships as well as providing resources for participants in regulatory processes, the OHP's Tribal Programs webpage offers links to various programs and guidance. We invite you to explore the information offered here and on our other tribal-related pages. Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer Jody L. Brown is the Tribal Liaison for the OHP. The Tribal Liaison's focus is improving communication, raising awareness, and providing assistance to tribes in California.


Developing a Tribal Historic Preservation Plan

Native American Involvement in the Section 106 Process

Tribal Historic Preservation Officers Program (THPOs)

List of California Tribal Historic Preservation Officers

National Park Service Tribal Historic Preservation Program

Uniform Standards for Tribal Consultation
(Presidential Memorandum, November 30, 2022)

Indigenous Knowledge Guidance for Federal Agencies