Colorado Cultural Research Associates (CCRA) provides quality cultural resource management services for government and private sector clients. Formed in 2016, CCRA approaches projects with a combination of responsible preservation philosophy, economic sensibility, and cultural sensitivity. We also provide education services for young adults who are interested in archaeology, photography, and filmmaking. Our services include archaeological and historical surveys; site assessment and data recovery; management, education and interpretive plans; Native American tribal consultations; HABS/HAER/HALS archival photographic documentation services, and customized education and internships in archaeology, photography, and filmmaking. The company Principal is Mr. Thomas Carr, who has worked as a government and private sector archaeologist, historic preservation specialist, and photographer in the Rocky Mountain region for over 25 years. He holds a BA and MA in anthropology, is a member of the Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologist and is listed on the Register of Professional Archaeologists. He holds a current archaeology permit from the Colorado Office of the State Archaeologist. He also has extensive experience in professional archival photography.