On Nov. 17, 2022, U.S. Senator Ben Ray Luján and Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernandez jointly reintroduced the Chaco Cultural Heritage Area Protection Act.
Archaeology Southwest & The Coalition to Protect America’s National Parks released a report on the threats posed to lands within and adjacent to US national parks.
Archaeology Southwest practices Preservation Archaeology, a holistic and conservation-based approach to exploring and protecting heritage places while honoring their diverse values. We compile archaeological information, make it accessible and understandable, share it with the public and decision-makers, advocate for landscape-scale protection, and steward heritage properties and conservation easements.
Revisiting Birds in the Southwest
Fifteen years have passed since we released one of our most popular issues, “Birds in the Southwest.” Since then, much has changed in avian archaeology in the United States Southwest and Mexican Northwest. In this issue, we offer readers a state-of-the-field view of bird research.
How Did People Make and Use Stone Tools?
Experience the ancient art of flintknapping. Join Allen Denoyer for his Hands-On Archaeology class, "How Did People Make and Use Stone Tools?" In each of these beginner classes, you will use ancient...
Weaving a Partnership: The Collaborative Journey of the Cedar Mesa Perishab...
Join us on February 7, 2023, when Laurie Webster (Cedar Mesa Perishables Project) and Louie Garcia (Cedar Mesa Perishables Project) will discuss “Weaving a Partnership: The Collaborative Journey of ...