NSF Advancing Informal STEM Learning: Ute STEM Project
Funded by the National Science Foundation
Awarded to History Colorado, LHA participation through Dominguez Anthropological Research Group (DARG)

BLM Utah Monticello Field Office Ethnographic Information Partnership
Funded by the Utah Bureau of Land Management (BLM)

Ethnographic Landscape Study of the Northwest Piceance Creek Basin, Phase II
Funded by the Colorado BLM

Ute Mountain Ute Traditional Cultural Property Study for the Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project
Funded by the Bureau of Reclamation, through the Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Historic Preservation Office, in partnership with the Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Historic Preservation Office and Parametrix

Indigenous Peoples Day Resolution Tribal Consultation Assistance
Funded by the City of Boulder, Colorado, Open Space & Mountain Parks

Past LHA Projects: 

NTUA Fiber Optic Lines- Navajo Mountain, Red Mesa, Lupton, Inscription House, Shiprock, Teec Nos Pos, Shonto, Kaibeto, and Birdsprings Chapters
Funded by NTUA, through Woods Canyon Archaeological Consultants

Aneth Chapter Community Center Ethnographic Compliance
Through Woods Canyon Archaeological Consultants

Jemez Electric Powerline- Counselor Chapter
Funded by Jemez Electric, through Woods Canyon Archaeological Consultants

Ethnographic Landscape Study of the Northwest Piceance Creek Basin, Phase I
Funded by the BLM, In partnership with Grand River Institute

Ute Trails of Mesa County
Funded by SHF and the BLM
In partnership with Dominguez Anthropological Research Group

Ute Trails of Eagle County
Funded by the SHF and the BLM
In partnership with Dominguez Anthropological Research Group