Cultural Resource Services

EM Strategies oversees a variety of services necessary to design, coordinate, and maintain cultural resource management projects.

Our Cultural Program Manager meets the national Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for conducting cultural resource work, is a member of the Register of Professional Archaeologists, and is recognized by the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) as a Qualified Archaeologist. Our Cultural Program Team has over ten years of experience managing and conducting archaeological survey and excavation projects in the Great Basin, ensuring that deliverables meet professional quality standards and client’s compliance needs.

EM Strategies currently holds a Nevada Antiquities permit, a Nevada State Museum Curation Agreement, Utah State Principal Investigator permits, a Natural History Museum of Utah Repository Agreement, a Western Science Center Repository Agreement, and BLM Cultural Resources Use Permits in Nevada, Utah, and California.

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  • Archaeological Surveys
  • National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) Section 106 Compliance
  • CEQA/NEPA Compliance
  • Archaeological Inventory (Reconnaissance and Intensive)
  • Archaeological Testing/Data Recovery/Monitoring
  • National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) Eligibility Recommendations
  • Historic Property Treatment Plan (HPTP) Preparation
  • Literature Searches
  • Historic Context Preparation
  • Cultural Visual Assessments
  • Agreement Document Preparation
  • Public Interpretation of Historic and Prehistoric Resources
  • Integration of Cultural Resource Data Into Planning Documents
  • Geographic Information System (GIS)