Listen to the recent Radio Interview on the Arbuckle’s Fort Campaign

The Archaeological Conservancy's Eastern Region Director, Kelley Berliner, as well as representatives from the Greenbrier Historical Society and West Virginia Land Trust, discuss the importance of preserving the Fort Arbuckle archaeological site in West...

The Arbuckle’s Fort Crowdfunding Campaign is Gaining Momentum and Media Attention

The recently launched crowdfunding campaign to acquire and preserve Arbuckle's Fort in West Virginia is gaining momentum and the attention of the local media.  | Updated 8/14/20  West Virginia | The Archaeological Conservancy, the West...

PRESS RELEASE | The Archaeological Conservancy, West Virginia Land Trust, and Greenbrier Historical Society...

Funds raised during the campaign will be used to acquire and preserve this colonial-era site that is currently without protections from development and destruction. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | June 29, 2020 Alderson, West Virginia | The...

The Archaeological Conservancy’s recent California acquisitions | Part 2: Simone Mound

Simone Mound was one of the last undeveloped parcels in a growing residential area. The acquisition and preservation of this unique California mound site offers future researchers a rare opportunity to understand ancient Bay...

The Archaeological Conservancy’s recent California acquisitions | Part 1: Terrarium

The acquisition and preservation of this unique California property continues the vision and work of its late owner, dahinda meda.  California | Despite limitations associated with the pandemic and the subsequent shutdowns, The Archaeological Conservancy...

PRESS RELEASE | The Archaeological Conservancy acquires a portion of the Bull Brook II...

The site was generously donated by Christopher Conley and Candace Christianson. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Ipswich, Massachusetts | A 2-acre property containing a portion of the Bull Brook II archaeological site is now permanently preserved. The site,...