Western Cultural historical archaeologists, archaeologists, and historians provide cultural resource management services to private and public sector clients. Our services help our clients meet their obligations under federal, state, and local laws that address historic and prehistoric resources. A combination of a solid prefield investigation, the utilization of remote sensing techniques where applicable, sturdy field investigations, sound research methods, cohesive reporting, and constant communication and presentations for all interested parties are the foundation that position Western Cultural, Inc. as one of the industry leaders in the field of cultural resource management.
Western Cultural was formed in 1998 and since that time we have conducted cultural resource investigations in Idaho, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, and across Montana for federal and state agencies as well as non-profit organizations. Our investigations involving Travelers Rest National Historic Landmark, a Lewis and Clark campsite on the banks of Lolo Creek, historic mining resources in Marysville, the Fort Missoula Historic District, historic urban surveys, grazing allotment surveys, watershed restoration project surveys, historic landscapes, visual impact analyses, and prehistoric resources in a number of projects demonstrate the broad range and strengths of our organization.
Western Cultural is celebrating our 20th anniversary, having incorporated in February, 1998. Our Facebook page has posts describing the 20 top projects we have completed over the past two decades. Take a look and tell us your thoughts.