Three New Associates Join ARA.

It is with the greatest please that we announce the addition of three new Associates to the ARA Team: Nick Adams, Paul General, and Gary Warrick.

Nick Adams holds a Masters in Archaeology and Heritage (Distinction) from the University of Leicester and has been involved in archaeology for more than fifty years, first in the United Kingdom and in Canada since 1977. Nick first started working in Ontario as a Field Archaeologist for the Ontario Government based in Sault Ste. Marie, then for the Cataraqui Archaeological Research Foundation in Kingston until starting his own archaeological consulting company, Adams Heritage, in 1989. He has completed hundreds of archaeological assessment projects throughout Ontario and holds a professional archaeological licence (# P003) from the Province of Ontario. Nick is a prolific writer of non-fiction, a narrator of audiobooks, and an authority on classic motorcycles.

Paul General is the former (retired) Manager of the Six Nations Eco-Centre. He is a Member of the Seneca Nation – Snipe Clan. He is active in over 30 committees and working groups, monitoring and contributing towards the protection and enhancement of our environment and has authored and co-authored numerous articles in a variety of publications, periodicals and books. Paul is also the honorary Lieutenant Colonel of the 56th Field Regiment of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Dr. Gary Warrick has over 40 years of archaeological experience in Ontario. He was the Regional Archaeologist for the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (1989-1999) and was a full-time professor of Indigenous Studies, history, and archaeology at Wilfrid Laurier University (1999-2020). He has conducted collaborative archaeological research with the Huron-Wendat, Six Nations of the Grand River. and the Mississaugas of the Credit. Current research in Ontario includes a study of Huron-Wendat history and land use in Simcoe County; Indigenous placemaking in Kitchener-Waterloo; and Haudenosaunee land use in the Grand River watershed.

Welcome gentlemen! We look forward to the great things that we will accomplish together!

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