A Trusted Liaison
Beaver Creek Archaeology serves as a liaison between different interest groups, assisting in communication between tribal leaders and representatives of developers, agencies, and organizations.
We work together with our tribal partners to ensure the responsible management of both tribal and non-tribal lands.
Wade Burns, Beaver Creek Archaeology President, is a tribally enrolled member of the Comanche Tribe, and the on-call Principal Investigator for the Fort Peck Reservation Tribal Historic Preservation Office (THPO). As a business owner, tribal member and representative, this allows us to draw on experiences from a unique perspective to assist with project development both on and off tribal lands.
- Literature Review
- Data collection and organization for THPOs
- Manage the Organization and Implementation of Traditional Cultural Properties (TCP) Inventories including reporting
- TCP report management
- Agency Assistance