Archaeology in the news, a service of the Center For Desert Archaeology
– Portion of Hohokam Village Northwest of Tucson to be Preserved: The ancient Hohokam land located in the northern part of Oro Valley will be preserved with little access for education or research, according to a plan approved by the town council. The concept plan for Honeybee Village now will be forwarded to Pima County officials and members of the Tohono O’odham nation for their examination.
http://tinyurl.com/cll9t – The Northwest Explorer
– Heritage Tourism (New Mexico): A peak into the pueblo way of life. Tesuque, Pojoaque, Nambe, San Ildefonso, San Juan, and Santa Clara are all within 30 miles of Santa Fe. Taos and Picuris are two hours from Santa Fe and three hours from Albuquerque. Early risers departing from Santa Fe can make a day trip to the two most famous pueblos, San Ildefonso and Taos, and still have time to explore nearby Bandelier National Monument to learn more about the ancient ancestors of the pueblo people.
– Public Lecture (Springerville, Az): The Center for Desert Archaeology is pleased to present Dr. Scott Van Keuren speaking on the prehistory of East Central Arizona. Dr Keuren