Business Consultant in Billings, MT
We supply cultural resource management and ethnographic (including Native American Consultation) services. We're situated in Billings, Montana - just down the street from the BLM state office and archaeological curational facility. Billings is home to a huge range of federal agencies - in addition to the BLM, the Bureau of Reclamation, Upper Missouri Region, Custer National Forest and the Bureau of Indian Affairs Regional Office. We maintain ongoing relationships with all seven reservations and nine tribes in Montana.
read moreEthnoscience is a leader in applied archaeological, historical, and ethnographic investigations throughout the Northern Plains, eastern Plateau and northeast Great Basin regions. We offer expert service in all aspects of cultural resource management consultation. Our mission is to provide quality cultural resource management services for private sector clients and government agencies across the Northern Plains and Northwest states. Ethnoscience has helped clients successfully meet their cultural compliance needs on time and on budget since 1982.
History and Architectural History
read moreEthnoscience provides history and architectural history services related to the identification, documentation and treatment of cultural resources, including survey, evaluation, planning and mitigation. We provide timely and cost-effective solutions for complex projects. Our decades of experience have supported cultural resource compliance projects ranging from mining, pipeline, and utility development to transportation planning and community preservation. Project scopes have varied from a single building evaluation to a historic district documentation involving over 100 buildings.
read moreEthnoscience is a comprehensive cultural resource management firm that offers a wide spectrum of consultation services. Our services are aimed at identifying and evaluating cultural resources in order to facilitate project planning and management. We help our clients effectively and efficiently navigate the many federal, state, and local cultural resource laws and regulations that apply to their projects. Ethnoscience holds cultural resource permits for all major government agencies throughout the region.