Author: Savannah Westerfield

Where the Wild Things are…or grow…in Georgia

By Paul G. Avery Most archaeologists are drawn to the field by a desire for adventure and the thrill of discovery.  Then we find out that our ‘adventures’ consist mostly of pastures, briars, and hundreds of empty holes!  But that’s

Posted in Archaeology Projects

Andrew Bradbury Teaches Cub Scouts about Flintknapping

On June 7, Andrew Bradbury, an archaeologist working in CRA’s Knoxville office, spent a day discussing archaeology and flintknapping with Cub Scouts from the Toqua District (West Knoxville) Day Camp. Every year the scouts have a day camp. The theme

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A Letter to Pat Garrow: Happy Retirement

Today Pat Garrow will be retiring from CRA.  While he has only been with CRA for 5 ½ years, his retirement marks the end of a career spanning over 50 years.  Few people can match that longevity or the impact

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Presentation on Dead Horse Lateral Pipeline Cultural Resources Research

Lead archaeologist Colin R. Ferriman, Director of Operations – Wyoming, will be presenting the results of the research conducted during the Dead Horse Lateral Pipeline project at 3:30 pm January 29, 2016 at the Moab Information Center, Moab, Utah. Environmental studies

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CRA completes 2-year project for Civil War-era cemeteries

As part of the National Cemetery Administration (NCA), U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ commemoration of the sesquicentennial of the Civil War, Cultural Resource Analysts just completed a two-year project to create interpretive signs for NCA’s 79 Civil War-era national cemeteries,

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Congratulations to the Utah Office

Congratulations to Marcel Corbeil, Director of Operations – Utah, Bonnie Gibson, and Sara Galbraith on the high praise they received from the  NRCS regarding their work during the first year of  the NRCS Utah ID/IQ contract. The team was rated

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Bradbury and Bundy published in The Missouri Archaeologist

Andrew P. Bradbury and Paul D. Bundy were recently published in The Missouri Archaeologist. Their article “The Early Arcahic Hardin Barbed Component at the Baxter Lake Site, Lewis County, Missouri” was published in Volume 75  of The Missouri Archaeologist. The

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Pat Garrow Receives Carol V. Ruppe Distinguished Service Award

Pat Garrow, Director of Operations for the Knoxville, Tennessee office, recently attended the annual Society for Historical Archaeology meeting in Seattle, Washington, where he was awarded the Carol V. Ruppé Distinguished Service Award. The award was publicly announced in 1990

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New Contract with the Fort Worth District Corps of Engineers

CRA is pleased to announce a new contract with the Fort Worth District Corps of Engineers. The contract is a five year long environmental services agreement with $30m capacity. Our company is one of several subcontractors for the Prime, JESCO

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CRA sponsors World Road Cycling Championships in Richmond, Virginia

The World Road Cycling Championships (Worlds) is cycling’s pinnacle event and will be held in Richmond, Virginia, September 19-27, 2015. About 1,000 of the world’s top cyclists from about 75 countries will compete,  and over 450,000 spectators are expected, with

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