Fred Crisson has 35 years’ experience in cultural resources management, including field survey, site testing, data recovery excavation, long term monitoring, and report writing. He has served as a field supervisor on a variety of survey, testing and data recovery projects, as well as field director for data recovery excavations on the Yakima Training Center Expansion Area for Seattle District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He has extensive experience in historic artifact analysis. Mr. Crisson has authored professional reports for Archaeological and Historical Services, Infotec Research, Inc., and Pierce College. From 2010-2016 for the Grant County Public Utility District No. 2 (GCPUD) Priest Rapids Hydroelectric Project, Mr. Crisson supervised field crews conducting National Register of Historic Places eligibility test excavations within the Wanapum and Priest Rapids reservoirs. His duties for GCPUD projects included directing site relocation and recording efforts and cultural resources monitoring during in the Wanapum Spillway Incident Drawdown zone. Since his retirement in 2019, Mr. Crisson serves as an on-call AHS archaeologist on an as-needed project basis.