Learn more about our upcoming Virtual Tour project in this Sunday’s edition of the...

The Santa Fe New Mexican recently visited with The Archaeological Conservancy during the filming of our upcoming Virtual Tour Video Series at San Marcos Pueblo.  Click here to read the full article and learn...

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,...

PRESS RELEASE | The Archaeological Conservancy Celebrates 40 Years

Cover Photo: Conservancy staff at their Santa Fe headquarters in 1993. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 1, 2020 Albuquerque, New Mexico | The Archaeological Conservancy is pleased to announce 2020 is the 40th anniversary of their founding....

#GivingTuesdayNow: Join Us for a Day of Global Giving and Unity

#GivingTuesdayNow, a global day of giving and unity, is an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. It will be held Tuesday, May 5, 2020. The Archaeological Conservancy’s members and supporters sustain our...

COVID-19 Statement from The Archaeological Conservancy

From our President, Mark Michel: As the COVID-19 pandemic grows, staying connected is more important than ever. We hope this finds you and your friends and family healthy and safe. On behalf of all The Archaeological...

Turn Your Purchases into Contributions with Amazon Smile

You can make your Amazon purchases count toward contributions to The Archaeological Conservancy through Amazon Smile.  Simply visit smile.amazon.com and complete the following steps to get started!   At the Amazon Smile homepage, you have the...
This portrait painted in 1710 shows the extensively tattooed Mohawk leader Sa Ga Yeath Qua Pleth Tow. Credit: Mezzotint by John Simon, after painting by John Verlest

American Archaeology Wins Its Fifth Gene S. Stuart Award

The article “Discovering the Archaeology of Tattooing” by Gayle Keck has won the Gene S. Stuart Award. The award, which is bestowed by the Society For American Archaeology, is given to the author of...

WATCH: Jim Walker Appears on the KRQE Morning Show

Jim Walker, the The Archaeological Conservancy's Southwest Regional Director and Senior Vice President, appeared on FOX New Mexico's morning show Monday. See the interview here, or visit KRQE's website for the full story: