Kuntz Field Research Archaeology

Personnel

Patrick Kuntz

Pat Kuntz

Mr. Kuntz is the owner and principal investigator for KFRA. He has been doing archaeological fieldwork in Montana since 1990. He has been responsible for conducting, supervising, and reporting on a variety of Class III cultural resource inventories, including linear highway and buried cable surveys, as well as small and large block inventories in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, and eastern Washington. Mr. Kuntz has also been responsible for test excavation of sites, National Register evaluations, and mitigation excavation for prehistoric sites. He has conducted ethnographic research and Native American consultation with 15 different tribes for projects related to reservoir, railroad, coal mining, and highway construction. He has completed National Register of Historic Places nominations for historic and prehistoric properties. He has completed Class I Overviews for the Montana BLM Hi-Line and Central Montana Districts. Mr. Kuntz has documented and evaluated a wide array of cultural resources including prehistoric stone feature sites, buried multi-component campsites, historic mining district properties, historic homesteads, and Native American traditional cultural properties.

Kuntz Field Research Archaeology