This issues articles include:
• The Latest Research on the Earliest Farmers – Sarah A. Herr, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• The Beginnings of Maize Agriculture – John Roney, Colinas Cultural Resource Consulting; Robert Hard, University of Texas San Antonio
• Reconstructing Paleoenvironmental Conditions during the Early Agricultural Period – Carla R. Van West, SRI Foundation
• Stream Reach Boundaries: Persistent Places on the Landscape of Early Southwestern Farmers – David A. Gregory, Fred L. Nials, and J. Brett Hill, Center for Desert Archaeology
• Thoughts about Maize – Linda Cordell, School for Advanced Research
• Las Capas – Sarah A. Herr, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Early Agricultural Period Food Provisioning and Foraging – Michael W. Diehl, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Life and Death among the earliest Farmers – James Watson, Arizona State Museum
• La Playa: An Early Agricultural Period Landscape – John Carpenter, Elisa Villapando, and Guadalupe Sánchez, Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia
• Continuity and Change in the Four Corners Region during the Agricultural Transition – Phil Geib, University of New Mexico
• A Perishables Perspective on Social Boundaries during the Early Agricultural and Basketmaker II Periods – Laurie D. Webster, University of Arizona
• Early Farming Societies in the Desert Southwest – Jonathan B. Mabry, Tucson Historic Preservation Office
• Research Wish List – Linda Cordell, School for Advanced Research
• Back Sight – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology