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On today’s episode, we talk with Heather Miller, VP Business Development and Principal Historian with HRA and author, about Cultural History, Heavy Metal, and the Green Bay Packers. Check it out and read her full bio below.
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02:57 Nic and Laura discuss learning new things
09:53 Interview with Heather Miller starts
16:31 About cultural resources
24:31 Transitioning out of the field into management
26:36 Field Notes: Stories from the field
32:10 Heather's music interests
38:00 Heather's family history with the Green Bay Packers
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After earning a PhD in comparative women’s history from the Ohio State University, Dr. Heather Lee Miller joined HRA in 2005 and has since worked in both HRA’s History and CRM divisions. On the history side of the house, Heather has worked on complex research and writing projects pertaining to federal, state, and local environmental and tribal litigation. On the CRM side of the house, Heather works on projects related to cultural resources management, Section 106/110 and NEPA/SEPA compliance, the development of historic contexts, inventory and evaluation, and mitigation reports. She was also made vice
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