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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 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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From the ACHP: Today, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) Chair Sara C. Bronin released her Report and Recommendations on the Application and Interpretation of Federal Historic Preservation Standards to the ACHP, pursuant to the agency’s statutory...
Once again, the country faces the prospect of another federal government shutdown at the end of the week if Congress and the White House cannot agree on spending bills or a short-term extension of current funding levels. This potential shutdown is different than...
In 45 B.C., Julius Caesar created a new calendar for his Empire. The earliest Roman calendars would over time slip out of alignment with the changing of the seasons. And so one of Caesar’s predecessors invented a new month, Mercedonius, to take place once every few...