I've been investigating some different realms of planning and have been finding a number of RFPs and job posts that deal with Cultural Resource management and planning.
With a BA in Anthropology and a Masters in Urban Planning and Policy this seems to cross my educational spectrum; I don't, however, have much of any archaeology training and have never been to a field school. While I want to get more involved with cultural resources, I'm not really interested in the digging aspect of it, but a number of the jobs call for training in archaeology field methods even when the job description is mainly policy/planning related (i.e. NEPA documentation, cultural resource management planning, etc.)
Does anyone know if there are any anthropology field schools or workshops designed for planners working in this area?