Martin is the principal investigator for the Colorado Wickiup Project, which received the 2014 Governor’s Award in recognition of the project, and is the author of Ephemeral Bounty: Wickiups, Trade Goods, and the Final Years of the Autonomous Ute. He received his master’s degree in anthropology from the University of Colorado. He directed excavation and stabilization projects in and near Mesa Verde National Park including the Escalante Site, Lowry Ruins, and Canyons of the Ancients National Monument. Martin has worked for the Colorado State Highway Department, the Museum of Northern Arizona, and private cultural resource management firms in Colorado, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Kansas, California, Montana, and Switzerland. He teaches field methods in archaeology at Colorado Mesa University.
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Grand River Institute and Dominquez Archaeological Research Group, Inc.