How to Help: Become a Member

Join or renew today. Archaeology Southwest is making a difference—and you can, too.

Learn more about how people lived in these arid environments, how and why cultures changed through time, and what has endured.

Connect with the latest advocacy efforts, research, events, and other news through Archaeology Southwest Magazine and This Month at Archaeology Southwest. Support the continuing development of Chronological Virtual Reality, an innovative digital time machine that enables people to experience the sights and sounds of the Southwest’s past.

Help us protect archaeological sites and cultural resources across the Southwest. Join us in raising awareness of the meaning and value of these increasingly endangered, nonrenewable resources.

Your tax-deductible annual membership gift directly supports our protection initiatives, outreach programs (more) (still more), and research investigations.

Upon becoming a member, we will send you a welcome packet with our latest issue of Archaeology Southwest Magazine, our Annual Report, and a letter thanking you for your support. You will also receive the following benefits:

» A 1-year subscription to our acclaimed quarterly Archaeology Southwest Magazine
» Updates from This Month at Archaeology Southwest, our monthly e-newsletter
» 25% off all in-print, in-stock purchases through our bookstore
» Free pdf downloads of past issues of Archaeology Southwest Magazine
» Updates on opportunities to participate in preservation projects
» Invitations to our annual members’ meeting, as well as other special events and lectures
» Donors of $100 or more are entitled to a free gift membership
» Donors of $500 or more are invited to our Tea and Archaeology lecture series at the historic Arizona Inn


Already a member? Share your passion for archaeology by purchasing a gift membership for a friend or loved one.

Development and Design Coordinator Kathleen Bader is available by email or at 520-882-6946 ext. 26 to answer any questions you may have and get you started.