Monthly Archives: December 2014

ECORP’s Kathy Kondor Appointed as Communications Director of SAME Orange County Post

Kathy Kondor, ECORP’s Director of Marketing, was recently appointed to serve as the Communications Director on the Board of Directors for the Orange County Post of the Society of American Military Engineers. ECORP is a Sustaining Member of SAME, with … Continue reading

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ECORP’s Todd Chapman is AIFRB’s New Membership Committee Chair

Todd has been an active member of the southern California district of the American Institute of Fishery Research Biologists (AIFRB) for the past eight years and has participated in the judging of student papers for AIFRB sponsored awards at recent … Continue reading

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ECORP’s Michael Preszler is SAGE’s Newly Elected President

This professional organization is made up of land surveyors, architects, geologists, and engineers who are passionate about serving the community in which they live and work. SAGE has been providing technical review, input, and support for El Dorado County issues … Continue reading

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ECORP’s Lisa Westwood Published in Archaeology and Heritage of the Human Movement into Space

ECORP Cultural Resources Manager Lisa Westwood was recently published in Archaeology and Heritage of the Human Movement into Space by (Springer Press). This book is an edited volume of papers presented at symposia at the 2011 and 2013 Society for … Continue reading

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Assembly Bill (AB) 52 Signed! How This May Affect Your Projects

Recognizing that California tribes are experts in their tribal cultural resources and heritage, this bill requires that CEQA lead agencies carry out consultation with tribes at the commencement of the CEQA process to identify and evaluate the significance of Tribal … Continue reading

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December Showers May Bring Rare Flowers

More than 2,000 of California’s approximately 6,500 native plant species have been listed as rare, threatened, or endangered. Many of these plants survive in California’s often dry climate by persisting as underground bulbs, roots, and corms during dry months and … Continue reading

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ECORP Staff Share Edible ‘Artifacts’ at the Archaeology Fair

What is the best way to recreate this process to a captivated public audience? Give them a recipe for candy-laced archaeological deposits layered between depositional episodes of chocolate cereal and then let them excavate (eat) though the various levels to … Continue reading

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