Dr. Parker received his Ph.D. in archaeology from UCLA in 1994 and
is a Registered Professional Archaeologist with more than 40 years
of field, lab, and research experience. He has worked in all areas of
California and held archaeology positions with many local, state and
federal agencies; including the Forest Service, Bureau of Land
Management, Caltrans, State Parks, city and county public works,
school districts, etc. He has provided archaeological expertise to
countless private companies, organizations, and individuals
including Duke Energy, MCI, AT&T, and Shell Corporation.

Dr. Parker has successfully nominated 54 historic and prehistoric
sites to the National Register of Historic Places and has secured appropriations
totaling more than $4 million for the purchase,
preservation, and interpretation of 38 of these resources. He has
developed and run cultural and archaeological programs at all
educational levels as well as for the general public, federal, state,
and local agency officials.

His work has earned him recognition from the Society for California Archaeology, city
and county agencies, Native American organizations, educational organizations, and
various civic clubs and citizen groups. In 1984, Dr. Parker was a nominee for the
National Trust for Historic Preservation's Honor Award.

His work has been seen on CBS Evening News, Good Morning America, CNN, FOX, in
newspapers and in magazines such as People, News Week, Archaeology, Omni,
Westways, American Film, Instructor, Sunset, California, and Preservation News.
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Dr. Parker is a Registered professional Archaeologist and has been
assisting land owners and land managers with planning laws and
requirements for more than 40 years.
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History and Prehistory of Lake County
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NA Resources
Duke Power Plant, Morro Bay, archaeological site testing.
Monitoring EPA project water main trenching at the Elem Indian Colony.