Learn more about Fort Parker

A recent article published by the Livingston Enterprise, explores Crow tribal history at Fort Parker, a site acquired by the Archaeological Conservancy in 2016.  Read the full article by Joseph Bullington here. From the article: Photo...
Jackson Flat Utah

Jackson Flat Reservoir (Utah)

Jackson Flat Reservoir was constructed to store irrigation water for Kane County Water Conservancy users. Before the reservoir was built, archaeologists from HRA Inc. and other organizations excavated 10 prehistoric sites in the construction...

Conservancy Receives 2021 Conservation Award from the ARARA

The Archaeological Conservancy recently received a 2021 Conservation and Preservation Award from the American Rock Art Research Association (ARARA) for the recent acquisition and creation of their Sunset Ranch Petroglyph Preserve in west Texas. Sunset...
Jug handles give Meyer pottery its distinctive character. Photo: Jim Walker/The Archaeological Conservancy.

Meyer Pottery Kiln (Texas)

After emigrating from Germany to Texas in 1884, William Meyer began working in a pottery workshop in Bexar County. After marrying the daughter of a fellow worker, Meyer and his new father-in-law, Franz Schultz,...

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The Archaeological Conservancy’s Haynie Archaeological Preserve, acquired in 2019 with the assistance of a Colorado Historical Fund grant, has been nominated to receive the Stephen H. Hart Award for Historic Preservation from History Colorado....

PRESS RELEASE | Ebbert Springs announces grand opening

PENNSYLVANIA - The Archaeological Conservancy’s Eastern Office is pleased to announce the grand opening of the Ebbert Spring Archaeological Preserve and Heritage Park. This park will be the culmination of years of effort by...

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,...

Conservancy Announces Acquisition of the Flint Mine Hill Archaeological Site in New York

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 12, 2021 Media Contract: Kelley Berliner, Eastern Regional Director (301) 682-6359 | tac.eastern@gmail.com Frederick, Maryland | After years of negotiations between multiple parties, the Archaeological Conservancy is pleased to announce the acquisition of the...

Help Save A Chaco Outlier: Meet the Holmes Group Site

The Holmes Group Project is your chance to help preserve an endangered Chaco outlier archaeological site. Join us! Share the excitement of protecting this phenomenal piece of America’s Heritage. Without your support, the ancient...
A reconstructed polychrome bowl recovered from the Kipp Ruin. Photo The Archaeological Conservancy.

Kipp Ruin (New Mexico)

The Conservancy was gifted an 80-acre parcel containing the Kipp Ruin, a multi-component prehistoric community located on the floodplain of the Mimbres River,  in Southwest New Mexico. The site was first recorded by archaeologists...