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An equity based lab that centers social needs, priorities and knowledges within a cultural heritage framework in order to appreciate the past, and create new understandings for our shared present and future

The Laboratory for Applied Archaeological Research and Community Heritage (LARCH) is an interdisciplinary lab, workspace, and gathering place dedicated to supporting individuals, communities and not-for-profit organizations with research related to archaeological history, community heritage, and tangible and intangible cultural resources.

LARCH is located with the School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies at the Labrador Institute Research Station in North West River, Labrador.

For more see https://www.lablarch.ca