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Tribal Elders and Leaders Share Information on How to Visit with Respect
Dear Friends, Archaeology Southwest wrapped up our 2020–2021 Archaeology Café series last Tuesday, and now we’ll be taking the summer off. (Not really. Our field school students show up soon.) The miracle of Zoom made for a successful and varied set of talks by Archaeology Southwest staff ...
How You Can Help Protect Heritage Sites
Stacy Ryan, Preservation Archaeologist (December 19, 2018)—“How much money can I get if I find artifacts while I’m out hiking?” I occasionally hear some variation of this troubling question when someone learns of my profession, and each time it reinforces that there is much work to ...
Join the Fight to Protect Bears Ears
Join the Fight to Protect Bears Ears The archaeological community has urged the preservation of the Cedar Mesa/Bears Ears region for at least 113 years, dating back to a report in 1903 by T. Mitchel Prudden. Thanks to the leadership of Native American Tribes, 2016 is finally the year to protect thi...