DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS PODCAST - SERIOUSLY

I'm warning you...don't listen to this. It's the first podcast I ever recorded for the doomed CRM News Weekly Podcast from FIVE years ago.

If you listen and decide to run your vehicle off the road because you haven't heard anything worse than this in your life and there is nothing left worth living for - don't blame me...I warned you.

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Thanks For 100 Episodes - Episode 100

On today's show we talk about the past 100 episodes. Where did we start, what have we done, and where are we going.

It's been a wild ride and we couldn't have done it without the support of our listeners! Thanks for being there - thanks for the kind words via email and at conferences - and thanks for giving us a reason to keep doing this. 

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Environmental Policy in the Age of Trump - Episode 99

On today's episode we bring on Tom King, Colorado SHPO Holly Norton, and guest host Michael Ashley of Codifi to talk about the likely changes to environmental policy in the Trump Administration. It's an interesting and terrifying conversation and we welcome comment.

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ACRA - The CRM Industry in the Age of Trump Webinar - Discussion - Special Episode 98.1

The Center for Digital Archaeology held an office hours session following the video that ACRA posted regarding their position on environmental regulation in the Trump Administration. The office hours was open to anyone and was a great discussion. Below are a few links from the recording, including a Google Doc from the recording.

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Addiction and Substance Abuse - Episode 98

THIS IS A TRIGGER WARNING: During the last 10 minutes of this podcast we will be discussing some field situations that may be disturbing, even traumatizing, to some people. If you feel the need to step away during part of this discussion, either for a short time or for the remainder of the podcast, feel free to do so.

 

Today the crew tackles a heavy subject: substance abuse and addiction in archaeology. It’s a problem in CRM archaeology for legal, behavioral, and performance issues. We discuss factors that lead to alcohol and drug abuse, and suggest supportive behavior.

 

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