Craig S. Chartier, MA, director and principal archaeologist, has be active in New England archaeology for over 20 years.
After years of working for various cultural resource management (CRM) companies and museums, Craig decided to follow his passion for 17th century archaeology and public education and Plymouth Archaeological Rediscovery Project (PARP) was born.
Plymouth Archaeological Rediscovery Project (PARP) offers an extensive range of cultural resource management solutions for developers, engineering firms, landowners, public utilities, local authorities, and community groups.
As an independent contractor with over 20 years of experience, we understand the importance of professional, cost-effective services provided in a timely manner.
Winter is the perfect time to think about those faunal remains. What are you going to do with the bones that were excavated over the past year’s field season? What role does faunal analysis play for this year’s field work? We are here to help answer those questions.