Archaeological investigations for compliance with local, state, and federal Cultural Resource laws.
What We Do
Directed by Principal Garth Baldwin, M.A., our team offers expertise in cultural resource management (CRM) for any size construction project, environmental review, and feasibility studies to help our clients comply with regulatory requirements through:
- Legal compliance survey reports
- Archaeological investigations
- Impact and damage assessments and mitigation
- Historic Property Inventory
- Site mitigation and avoidance planning
- Laboratory analysis
- Human remains identification
- Burial protection and recovery
Our experts specialize in precontact (Native American/Indigenous Peoples) and historic period archaeological matters. Our experience extends to all manner of federal, state and local compliance laws and regulations.
We are experts in federal cultural resource law and compliance, including:
- 6 U.S.C. 470f and 470h-2(f)
- 36 CFR part 800, commonly referred to as Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA)
- Archaeological Resource Protection Act (ARPA)
- Native American Grave Protection Repatriation Act (NAGPRA)
- National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
We also specialize in working with state, county, and local compliance, including:
- State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA)
- Washington Governor’s EO 2102 (formerly 0505)
- Many county and local regulations throughout Washington
Drayton Archaeology is a full-service Cultural Resource Management (CRM) firm offering expertise in Archaeology, Biological and Forensic Anthropology, and Historic Properties.
PO Box 782, Blaine, 98231