Coping with the results of catastrophic disaster is nothing new. Researchers and practitioners have developed methods to recover and/or restore natural and cultural resources, historic properties, and supporting infrastructure. Listed herein are some selected references that convey tools and techniques available to assist in Natural and Cultural Resources recovery planning and operations. Before and After Disasters, Federal Funding for Cultural Institutions, FEMA 533/September 2005. Trees and Plantings Associated with Eligible Facilities, FEMA Recovery Policy, RP 9524.5, September 4, 2013. Stream Barrier Removal Monitoring Guide. 2007. Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment. Long Island Sound Habitat Restoration Initiative, Technical Support for Coastal Habitat Restoration. 2003. Long Island Sound Study. New York State Salt Marsh Restoration and Monitoring Guidelines. 2000. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Guide to Navigating Federal Emergency Management Agency and Small Business Administration Disaster Aid for Cultural Institutions. 2008. Heritage Preservation and the Heritage Emergency National Task Force.