The LEAP board held its annual retreat this June at board chair Chuck Niquette’s farm just outside Nicholasville, Kentucky. Our discussions focused on launching a screening tool that will allow companies to have more information about historic resources in their project areas early in the planning process. We were pleased to welcome special guest Lori Scott, the Chief Information Officer of NatureServe, who shared with us how the biodiversity and environmental community has developed tools to help companies make better decisions earlier in the process. We agreed to work together to make cultural tools available too!