Principal Senior Archaeologist - Missoula Office
Weber Greiser has 34 years of experience as Project Manager and/or Principal Investigator and 45 years of field experience on archaeological and cultural resources projects in Montana, Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas. His experience includes prehistoric and historic archaeological predictive modeling; survey, testing, and excavations; preparation of NEPA document sections; and laboratory analysis of artifacts and faunal remains. Weber has conducted National Historic Preservation Act and American Indian Religious Freedom Act compliance and other studies of various Native groups including Salish, Kootenai, and Blackfeet in Montana; the Nez Perce in Idaho; Athabaskan, Eskimo, and Tlingit groups in Alaska; and Pueblos and Navajos in New Mexico and Arizona. These studies have included documentation of Traditional Cultural Properties using National Register Bulletin 38 guidelines.