Cannon Heritage Consultants, Inc. (CHC) is a conveniently located cultural resource consulting firm in Logan, Utah that provides over 100 years of cumulative professional experience in cultural resource management in the western United States. We also have branch offices in Boise, Idaho and Flagstaff, Arizona. Our office locations allow us to act quickly and efficiently in serving the cultural resource needs of our clients. Dr. Kenneth Cannon, Director, brings over 25 years of experience in the lntermountain West to CHC where he has developed a reputation for providing quality archaeological services, and meeting schedule and budget commitments. The company specializes in the documentation, testing and evaluation of archaeological and historic resources in accordance with state and federal regulations including Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and its applicable guidelines (36 CFR 800). Other services include Native American Tribal Consultation, NAGRPA, Geographic Information Science (GIScience), geophysical prospecting, historic preservation and architecture, HABS/HAER documentation, management plans, ethnographic overviews, NAGPRA consultation, and bioarchaeology.
CHC is fully outfitted to conduct a range of projects from small surveys to data recovery. We also have staff to conduct lithic and ceramic analysis, faunal analysis, and osteological analyses. In addition to providing traditional cultural resource services, CHC can provide cutting-edge services through our state-of-the-art multiscalar geospatial laboratory. These services include Geographic Information Science, precision mapping and surveying, geophysical prospecting, LiDAR imaging, and high resolution digital aerial photography.
Each of our primary supervisory archaeologists minimally hold a master’s degree, meet the Secretary of Interior’s Professional Qualifications, have over 10 years of experience in cultural resource management in the western United States, and Registered Professional Archaeologists (RPA). Dr. Cannon has worked in the lntermountain West since 1987 on federal land cultural resource management projects. Because of its affiliation with a major research university and staffing by experts in each of their fields, USU Archeological Services is in a position to offer a superior cultural resource management package to clients.