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Archaeological Management Plans

An Archaeological Management Plan provides a useful tool for municipalities or other planning authorities to guide the implementation of their cultural-resource management strategies. Archaeological Management Plans ensure compliance with Provincial heritage legislation and policies.

In principle, an Archaeological Management Plan consists of a comprehensive strategy, supported by Geographical Information System-driven mapping, for the identification and conservation of archaeological resources within a municipality or other jurisdiction.

Archaeological Management Plans provide:

The advantages of an Archaeological Management Plan are significant. In addition to ensuring compliance with government legislation and policy surrounding heritage protection, Archaeological Management Plans provide:

Developing an Archaeological Management Plan minimally requires:

ARA has long experience with the research, consultative, and technical processes involved in constructing, maintaining, and updating Archaeological Management Plans. Please contact the office to discuss your Archaeological Management Plan requirements.