- Management, research, interpretation, protection and development of sites of historic significance on Tribal lands.
- Consult with Federal, State, Local and Tribal agencies to ensure compliance with historic preservation responsibilities.
- Ensure Anishinaabe Bimaadiziwin Kinoomaagewin (life teachings) and Anishinaabemowin (language) are continued for the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians and other entities.
- Create capacity of the Historic Preservation Department to complete mission and goals through staffing, policy, procedure, facilities development, and appropriate training.
- Seek Grant funding where and when appropriate.
- Coordinate cultural, historical and traditional events of Tribal entities.
- Respond to National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) and related requests and issues.
- Inventory historic properties, items or collections and archives for preservation.
- Contact Historic Preservation for coordination of and assistance for cultural events.
- Contact the Historic Preservation Department with information about sites of historic, cultural or religious significance.
- Contact the Historic Preservation Department if a known site is endangered.
- Contact the Historic Preservation Department for possible recording of events for archival or other purposes.
- “Day with Our Elders” project continues.
- Outreach and presentations for schools and other organizations.