Phase 1 Archaeological Assessment Natural Bridge State Park, Slade KY

  • Pollack, David (PI)

Grants and Contracts Details


SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION This Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Kentucky State Parks Department (hereinafter referred to as the Department) & the University of Kentucky, Kentucky Archaeology Survey (hereinafter referred to as KAS) will become effective April 1, 2004 and be completed by June 30, 2005. The agreement will be extended for one (1) year, if necessary, to complete the required work. The Department is a state agency mandated to protect and manage natural areas, flora and fauna and to protect the natural diversity and historical resources within the parks. Also, the Department must fulfill a mandate set forth by the Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund Board, to develop a management plan for lands purchased through this fund. An archaeological assessment has been recognized as a necessary component of the management plan. Therefore, in an effort to conduct the research required of the Department and in recognition of the quality research tradition of the University of Kentucky, this MOA has been developed. It is hereby understood that a representative of KAS will be the Principal Investigator (hereinafter referred to as P.I.) for the completion of the work elements associated with this MOA. Through this instrument, the P.I. and KAS are assigned the responsibility to complete the tasks delineated in Section III Work Elements of this MOA and agree to furnish to the Department the identified products within the time frame required. The performance and payment schedule for services to be provided is identified in Section V of the MOA. The total agreement price of this MOA is $7,000.00. The Department does not pay indirect costs for Heritage Land Conservation Fund projects. SECTION II. PURPOSE The primary purpose of this MOA is to contract with KAS to perform a Phase 1 Archaeological Assessment on the Henson Tract at Natural Bridge State Resort Park. The Henson Tract is a newly acquired, 72-acre parcel located in Powell County (see attached map). The property is generally described as wooded north and south facing slopes, with sandstone, cliff line ridge top. In developing this agreement, the Department is thereby supporting KAS's educational and research mission. 1
Effective start/end date4/1/046/30/05


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