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Share Your Expertise & Earn Extra Money - 2023 ACRA Webinars Do you have a great idea for a webinar for CRM professionals? Do you have a presentation you give regularly that you think would be great for a larger audience? If so, we want to hear your proposals...
This post is authored by Jeffrey H. Altschul and Terry H. Klein of the SRI Foundation. In the summer of 2021, American archaeology confronted confusing crosswinds. In the United Kingdom, departments of archaeology were being shut down or scaled back. Among...
As infrastructure improvements increase and the CRM industry continues to grow, cultural resource practitioners need to be more willing to consider alternative options as a way to approach resources requiring a mitigation-level effort. With increased interest in...