is Indigenous land use in the Northwest.
My experience is in archaeology and anthropology assessment and research in British Columbia, Alberta and Alaska.
My relationships with First Nation, government, and industry clients are close and productive.
I design and conduct Aboriginal Rights Studies (known as Traditional Land Use or Traditional Knowledge studies).
I offer results-
I can hold BC Heritage Act permits and meet obligations for local First Nations policies.
My cultural resource management spans public, private and industrial sectors, including forestry, mining, parks, agriculture, energy, transportation, utilities, recreational and residential projects.
I believe unequivocally in supporting First Nations’ rights and roles.
I am committed to full and open collaboration with descendant communities.
I support community independence by integrating local policies, protocols and people into projects.