Cultural Resource Management
Cultural Resource Management (CRM) typically refers to an archaeological or anthropological undertaking to meet a particular management objective or goal in the context of a development project or broader heritage resource preservation project. The nature of CRM work depends upon the client’s intended objective and includes the following: the documentation of heritage resources and sites and mitigating potential impacts, archaeological excavations and surveys, and documentation and curating of heritage sites. CRM may also refer to the systematic documentation of current and traditional land use or traditional knowledge for use in a designated process.
Blyth & Bathe has a wealth of experience in developing, administering, and conducting cultural resource management projects, as well as traditional knowledge and traditional land use studies. We are able to conduct or advise you on the environmental assessment process, land claims submissions, research, community based education, or on custom projects.
Cultural Resource Management services include:
- Heritage Resources Impact Assessments
- Traditional Knowledge Studies
- Environmental Assessment
- Archaeology - Regional Study, Baseline, Assessment, Mitigative and Compliance/Monitoring