Fort Galpin Archaeology Camp

Children Work Alongside Experts at Fort Galpin

20 fourth- and fifth-grade children recently attended the three-day archaeological camp at Fort Galpin hosted by the South Dakota State Historical Society. Fort Galpin was a post occupied by the American Fur Company in 1856 and...

We’re having a Watch Party on January 21!

Updated January 12, 2021 Join us for a special premiere of our new Virtual Tour of Arbuckle's Fort in West Virginia with special guests Drs. Kim and Stephen McBride! The Watch Party will broadcast on...

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)...

Watch the recording of our 2/17 Virtual Lecture

If you missed last night's lecture, the recording is now available on YouTube!  Click here to watch "Archaeology’s Place in Healing and Reconciliation: Reclaiming the Indigenous Paleolithic of the Western Hemisphere" presented by Dr....

✨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...

Come along for a Unique Virtual Event on Oct 23 to Colonial West Virginia

This Friday, October 23, please join The Archaeological Conservancy and the West Virginia Land Trust (WVLT) for a unique all-day virtual event! Beginning at 10 am EDT, Eastern Regional Director Kelley Berliner and Jessica...

Learn more about Prehistoric CA in our recent lecture recording

Watch the recording of "Research Potential of the Borax Lake Site: A Western Clovis Locality in California's North Coast Ranges" presented by Dr. Greg White!  The Borax Lake site was identified by a private citizen...

Watch the recording of Dr. Lemke’s 2/24 Virtual Lecture!

The recording of Dr. Ashley Lemke's lecture "Archaeology Underwater: How Submerged Landscapes are Changing the Future of Archaeology" is now available on our YouTube channel.  You can watch it here.   In this lecture, Dr. Lemke...

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...

Ridges Sancturary Lecture and “Girls’-Night” Camping

The Ridges Sanctuary in Baileys Harbor continues its Thursday lecture series and hosts a different type of “ladies’ night” this week. The “Lake Lessons” Thursday speaker series held at Baileys Harbor Town Hall offers a...