Lakota Consulting LLC assists with projects by providing efficient professional cultural resources and traditional cultural properties management services. Lakota Consulting LLC experience includes working as a field archaeologist, tribal liaison, tribal archaeologist, and as a primary tribal representative member on the Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee from 2015-2018. This work includes meeting with clients in the office and field. We are skilled in file searches, report writing, editing, site forms, burial and mitigation, monitoring, and conducting Class I-III cultural resources inventories across North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Minnesota. This work encompasses all areas of cultural resources management field work and organization of data carrying forth the requirements of the contractual agreements. As a Native American with experience working as an archaeologist in the context of surveying each of the sites within various project areas we can assist as a cultural liaison between company archaeologists and tribal monitors. The skills, knowledge and abilities make it possible to work on projects with both the archaeologists and tribal monitors performing the required work and identifying both historic archaeological sites and Traditional Cultural Properties (TCPs) both within and outside of reservation boundaries. Some of this work would include recording stone circles and cairns, identifying burials (both pre-historic and historic) that might be intact or exposed, Knife River flint sites, etc. As a cultural liaison working with archaeologists and monitors on projects while performing Class III cultural resources inventories has provided expertise and background in cultural resources management, Section 106, NAGPRA, NEPA, ARPA and federal Indian law cases surrounding both archaeological sites and Traditional Cultural Properties. We are committed to upholding the ethical and policy guidelines as stated in NRHP, NAGPRA, NEPA, and ARPA.