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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.
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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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Congress is heading home for Thanksgiving break, which for many lawmakers could not come soon enough. If you think your workplace is stressful, consider that last week, a U.S. Senator nearly got into a fistfight with a union leader during a Senate hearing, a House...
DEADLINE EXTENDED - Earn $ for Your Expertise We heard from a number of you that you needed a bit more time to send in your proposals for 2024 webinars, and we have good news: the deadline has been extended to Wednesday, December 20. As a reminder, we hope to offer a...
In March 2023, the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers established a working group to carefully examine issues and perspectives related to the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation in their present form and application. Now...