Units: 3Students perform archaeological research relating to local cultural resource management (CRM) and documentation. Students engage with professional archaeologists and Native American communities to learn site research methods and identification and documentation of material culture. Primary goals of this class include providing students with a general understanding of CRM and the legislation that drives CRM; exposing students to archaeological practice in a CRM context, and exposing students to various cultural viewpoints regarding recovered archaeology. Also offered as ANTH 480. Students may not receive credit for both.Service Learning course.Enrollment Requirements:Enrollment Requirement: ANTH 200.