Recent Insights

Best Practices for Partnering and Collaborating with Tribes

106 Group recently presented “Best Practices for Partnering and Collaborating with Tribes” at the National Association of Environmental Professionals Virtual Conference. Together, with Paul Backhouse (Seminole Tribe of Florida), we shared best practices for tribal consultation and engagement and successful tools for building long-term relationships with Tribes.

Community Engagement from a Distance

When properly planned and resourced, a digital-first community engagement campaign can be as, or more, successful than traditional approaches.

Section 106 Basics

If you find yourself faced with a project requiring Section 106 review, the process can be complicated. Understanding how the process works is important to help you avoid project delays and improve outcomes. Here is some guidance for where to start.

Tips to Ease Overcrowding at Parks and Sites

National, state, and regional parks have seen overwhelming numbers of visitors amid the pandemic. A dream on paper, this has a downside. Interpretation can be a part of the solution. Consider these strategies used by parks to protect the resources and keep visitors safe.

Flying Cloud Drive Project Wins Environmental Excellence Award

Award from the National Association of Environmental Professionals for NEPA and Planning Integration.

The Reemergence of a Community

With the recent killing of George Floyd, the Twin Cities and 106 Group are at the physical center of a nationwide and worldwide conversation on race and justice.

Interpretation at Peavey Plaza

Recently members of our team met outside our office to review a prototype for a bronze tactile that will be installed at Minneapolis’ Peavey Plaza.

The Work That Must Be Done

We mourn the senseless death of George Floyd, and the pain and suffering in our Twin Cities community and throughout our Nation.

We Are Here For You: COVID-19

In light of concerns related to COVID-19, we wanted to reach out with a message of support to clients and colleagues.