CRPP Staff

To learn about any of our CRPP staff or view their contact information, please use the following list:

Services

Services Offered

The CRPP sustains itself largely through contracts to conduct cultural resources work for outside entities.  The CRPP has contracted with federal, state, and local government agencies; other tribes; educational institutions; companies; and individuals.  We offer the following services.  Please feel free to contact us to request a scope and budget estimate, or to further discuss your project and potential cultural resource needs.

Cultural Resources Protection Program

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Program Mission Statement
The CRPP promotes the protection, preservation, and perpetuation of the CTUIR's culturally significant places and resources for the benefit of current and future generations.

About the CRPP
In the past, non-Indian archaeologists had control of how cultural resources were managed on tribal, federal, state, and private lands.  Management decisions were often based on values other than protection of cultural resources.  This resulted in the destruction of many sites important to tribes.

Location

Nixyáawii Governance Center
46411 Timíne Way
97801 Pendleton, OR

Contact Information:

Location

Nixyáawii Governance Center
46411 Timíne Way
97801 Pendleton, OR

Program Mission Statement
The CRPP promotes the protection, preservation, and perpetuation of the CTUIR's culturally significant places and resources for the benefit of current and future generations.

About the CRPP
In the past, non-Indian archaeologists had control of how cultural resources were managed on tribal, federal, state, and private lands.  Management decisions were often based on values other than protection of cultural resources.  This resulted in the destruction of many sites important to tribes.