Cannon Heritage Consultants is a full-service cultural resource management firm located in Logan, Utah with a satellite office in Boise, Idaho.
Meet Our Team
In addition to working for CHC he has worked for Sagebrush Consultants L.L.C. (from 2006 to 2011), worked as a graduate research assistant at USU (from 2009 to 2011), volunteered with the Golden Spike National Historic Site (2010) and with Molly Cannon at the Spatial Data Collection Analysis Visualization Lab at USU (2011). While working for Sagebrush Consultants (from 2006 to 2011) he participated in numerous archaeological surveys and several historic excavations. These projects include large intensive inventories such as the Nevada Northern Railway Cultural Resource Inventory (White Pine and Elko Counties, Nevada), Lake Powell Pipeline Cultural Resource Inventory Project (Iron, Kane, Washington Counties, Utah), and the Holly UNEV Pipeline (Salt Lake and Tooele Counties, Utah). Other significant projects Mr. Peart participated in at Sagebrush include cultural resource monitoring projects such as the Moss Courthouse Expansion Project (Salt Lake County, Utah), Odd Fellows Hall Relocation Project (Salt Lake County, Utah), Legacy Parkway Monitoring Project (Davis County, Utah), and the Ogden River Restoration Project (Weber County, Utah). As a result of these monitoring projects, Mr. Peart has gained at least two months of historic excavation experience.
In summary, Mr. Peart has several years of CRM experience in Utah and the surrounding states. He successfully serves as archaeological field director/supervisor for CRM projects in the region and has experience with all the various stages of CRM compliance work. As a result of this experience Mr. Peart is well trained in intensive pedestrian inventory, historic research, site evaluations, lithic analysis (specifically debitage analysis), prehistoric/historic excavation methods, GIS applications, and report writing.
Through his several decades of work and volunteer activities, Ron has developed an excellent reputation for high quality research, writing and analysis. Today he is considered one of the leading Rocky Mountain Region consultants in the fields of history, architectural history, and historic preservation. His practice covers the entire West from Colorado to California.