The Montana-Anthropogenic Research Cooperative (MT-ARC) focuses on cultural heritage as found in the archaeological record, exploring questions about the ways human-environmental interactions have impacted cultural and natural landscapes. Archaeology’s interdisciplinary toolkit includes a range of physical and social scientific methods and theories that yield information vital to cultural and natural resource management decisions. Integrated humanistic and scientific data, such as that sought, processed, and preserved by MT-ARC, is relevant to topics such as landscape transformations, social and environmental history, and cultural agency, persistence, and adaptation. Archaeological evidence, along with a suite of related environmental data, is sure to make substantial contributions toward understanding human vulnerability, risks, adaptation, and resilience (Fisher, et al. 2009:12). MT-ARC strives to create an interdisciplinary approach to all of its projects and seeks to include descendant communities and stakeholders in every step of the research and publication process.