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Tribal Historic Preservation Office

THPO Logo

Anishinaabe Izhitwaawin Ganawenjigewin Ozhibii’igewigamig, or the Tribal Historic Preservation Office (THPO), is the Fond du Lac government entity responsible for the protection, preservation and management of the Band’s cultural resources. The Tribal Historic Preservation Officer advises the Reservation Business Committee and its various divisions, programs and enterprises, other tribal organizations and entities, individuals, the U.S. federal, state, and local governments and private organizations on matters pertaining to cultural resource preservation on Band lands and on lands in which the Fond du Lac Band has an historical interest.

The THPO conducts review and consultation related to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), maintaining Fond du Lac’s Cultural Database and the Fond du Lac National Register of Cultural Properties. Further, the Office completes cultural review and permitting for projects within the external boundaries of the reservation.

FDL Ordinance #3/14 - Preservation of Cultural Resources

Section 106 Notifications
It is the current preference of the THP Office to receive all Section 106 notifications by mail. This allows for a more streamlined review with our current notification system. Notifications can be mailed to the address below:

Attn: Evan Schroeder, THPO
28 University Rd.
Cloquet, MN 55720

Application for Review of Undertaking
For review of projects and developments within the external boundaries of the Reservation, the Office requires the submission of an Application for Review of Undertaking. This application can be found below.
Application for Review of Undertaking


THPO Resources

FDL Historic Preservation Office newspaper article - General information about THPO and our logo (see above).

THPO Events

Elders Telling Stories - The Tribal Historic Preservation Office invites Fond du Lac elders to tell stories for the Office to preserve. See the flyer here for details on the program. The Chi-aya’aag Dibaajimowaad 2024 Schedule is now live!
2024 Chi-aya’aag Dibaajimowaad Schedule


Contact:

Evan Schroeder | Tribal Historic Preservation Officer
Office: (218) 878 - 7129
Email: evanschroeder@fdlrez.com

Alex DuFault | Cultural Resource Management Assistant
Office: (218) 878 - 7138
Email: alexdufault@fdlrez.com