We facilitate good development. We elevate heritage.
Engaging people in our future and our past
Our members help advance important projects, ensuring that all stakeholders have a voice. That is how society ensures the best decisions are reached.
CRM firms are strongest when they work together to promote a better industry.
Learn about our top issues and how to advocate in our Issue Portfolio.
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ACRA members have access to a host of tools that make their businesses better. Discounted rates on liability insurance, HR tools that save time and reduce risk, the ability to post on our job board and much, much more.
ACRA members receive discounts on continuing education
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ACRA represents the cultural resource management (CRM) industry and associated fields of study. Our members help advance important projects, ensuring that all stakeholders have a voice and that the best decisions are reached. ACRA strengthens its members with tools, know-how, and opportunities to excel as businesses.
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The new year started in Washington much as the old year left: Democrats struggling to advance their agenda, the pandemic and inflation continuing to wreak havoc on the country, and both parties gearing up for the pivotal 2022 mid-term elections. Democrats temporarily...
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) and the National Trust for Historic Preservation are seeking nominations for the 2022 National Trust/ACHP Award for Federal Partnerships in Historic Preservation. A category of the National Preservation Awards, this...
The Supreme Court today invalidated the Biden Administration’s plan to require employers with 100 or more workers to ensure their employees were vaccinated against COVID. The Court ruled 6-3 that the plan exceeded the authority of the Occupational Safety and Health...