✨New Virtual Lectures Coming in February

We're thrilled to announce two exciting new virtual lectures coming up in February!  Join us on Zoom and Facebook Live!  On February 17, Dr. Paulette Steeves will present "Archaeology’s Place in Healing and Reconciliation: Reclaiming...

✨You can still donate to our #GivingTuesday campaign

It's not too late to contribute to our #GivingTuesday campaign this year!🎁 The Archaeological Conservancy is very close to their goal to raise $20,000 to protect endangered archaeological sites. With your help we can continue...

Watch the recording of “Preservation Across the Nation”

🎥Keep scrolling to watch the recording of today's special Giving Tuesday presentation, “Preservation Across the Nation.” In today's special #GivingTuesday presentation, you'll learn more about what we do, the steps beyond acquisition, and how...

Find out how to register for our 11/4 Virtual Lecture

Join us for our next Virtual Lecture where Dr. Ashley Dumas, Associate Professor at the University of West Alabama, will discuss history at Fort Tombecbe, a stockade fort site and Conservancy preserve located on...

Don’t Miss Our Special Halloween Lecture on Oct. 28 🎃

🎃Join us for a special Halloween Edition of our Virtual Lecture Series on Thursday, October 28 at 5 pm MDT as Dr. Erin Baxter presents “The Curious Case of Colorado Cannibal Alferd Packer.” In...

TAC and NEHFES to Cosign Donation Agreement for CT Synagogue Site

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Chesterfield, CT | The Archaeological Conservancy and the New England Hebrew Farmers of the Emanuel Society (NEHFES) will cosign a Donation Agreement in the offices of the Connecticut State Preservation Office (SHPO)...

Register for Our Next Virtual Lecture on Oct. 7

Join us for our next Virtual Lecture on Thursday, October 7 at 5 pm MDT as Dr. Evan Peacock presents “Archaeology at Lyon’s Bluff: Past, Present, and Future.” Learn more about what archaeological research reveals...

Join us for a Virtual Lecture on 9/23

Join us for our first fall lecture on Thursday, September 23 at 5 pm MDT as Dr. D. Clark Wernecke discusses how new archaeological data challenges long-held notions regarding the peopling of the Americas....

Watch Party this Wednesday with Special Guest Katherine Wells

Updated 6/29/21 Join us this Wednesday, June 30 for a special evening of live events.  First, from 5 pm to 6:00 pm MDT, we will be hosting a Watch Party for our latest Virtual Tour...

Learn more about Leonard Rockshelter in our next Virtual Lecture!

Join us on April 21 at 5 pm MDT as our Great Basin Archaeologist Sara Sturtz presents "A Natural and Cultural History of Leonard Rockshelter in Nevada." In the last of our Spring Lecture Series, Archaeologist...