The Idaho Professional Archaeological Council (IPAC) was formed
in 2004 to represent the interests of professional archaeologists in
our state: State, Federal, and Tribal Archaeologists; professors;
consultants and other private sector archaeologists.
The purpose of IPAC is to maintain and promote the goals of
professional archaeology in Idaho by:
- Promoting high standards of archaeological research,
reporting and management;
- Representing professional archaeological interests in
political and public forums;
- Establishing a mechanism for communication within the
- Promoting public education and interest in the fields of
archaeology and cultural resource management;
- Providing advice to professional archaeologists and to
State, Federal and other regulatory agencies; and
- Encouraging the publication of archaeological research.
For more information about IPAC's Executive Board,
Bylaws, please refer to the links on this page.