A.A., South Puget Sound Community College B.A., The Evergreen State College Graduate student, Eastern Washington University
Cultural Resource Technician, Pacific Northwest Archaeological Services(PNWAS)
Tracey Arnold has been an valuable member of the Pacific Northwest Archaeological Services (PNWAS) for two years. She has over 3 years of experience in archaeological work and Cultural Resource Management (CRM) in the Pacific Northwest, and has worked specifically in western Washington. Tracey has her Cultural Resource Management (CRM) certification in Archaeology. Tracey is also a full-time graduate student at Eastern Washington University. Concurrently, she is working on the restoration of ancient fish trap stakes with Chehalis and Quinault Tribes. Tracey has served as a Volunteer with the Squaxin Island Tribe for the recent and highly successful Paddle to Squaxin. Tracey is an enrolled member of the Athabascan Tribe and a Native Alaskan and hopes to employ the knowledge and expertise to her own community.
SELECTED PROJECT EXPERIENCE:
Kalakala Archaeological Project (45-TN-434), 2012-2013, Field excavator with the Nisqually Indian Tribe. Assisted in cultural resource survey, excavations and research for final report. Worked in cooperation with Nisqually Cultural Resources Specialists Jacqueline Wall and Kareem Gannie with Joseph Kalama. Dr. Dale Croes, PI and Director.
As Secretary/Treasurer of Pacific Northwest Archaeological Services, 2012-Present, has worked on CRM projects with: Quinault Indian Nation (conservation of 250 fish trap stakes), Chehalis Tribe (conservation of 250 fish trap stakes), Mason PUD #3, University of Victoria and Anderson Island County Park Survey.