Visting the Past with the Future: Dr. Jim Judge visits Chaco Canyon with his grandson. Credit Jim Judge and Bliss Bruen.

Chaco Scholars Lend Support to Save Holmes Group Site

Chaco Canyon. 1000 years ago, all roads led there. Sadly, today modern roads have multiplied into a maze of archaeological destruction. Damage comes from oil and gas drilling; and looters gain easy access to...

Winter Archaeological Adventures to the Maya World

Two of our amazing winter Archaeological Adventures, The Hidden Maya: Chiapas to Tabasco and the Maya Empire: Belize to Tikal still have spaces available for you to join us. Give the gift of travel!...
Inyo County California

The Archaeological Conservancy Preserves Native American Village Remains in California

As part of our ever growing mission to acquire and preserve our nation’s rare cultural resources, the Archaeological Conservancy has recently added another site to its list of those conserved. Coso Junction Ranch, where...
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Episode 3 of our Virtual Tour Video Series is Available Now!

Take a guided tour of our preserves from the comfort of your living room in our new Virtual Tour Video Series! We are excited to take you on our latest virtual tour to Arbuckle's Fort led...
Artifacts from Fort Greenville Block House 8.

Update MW: Significant Historic Fort & Treaty Site Protected

The Conservancy was thrilled to end 2015 making our final payment on an important historic site in Northwestern Ohio significant to the early formation of the United States known as the Greenville Blockhouse #8....

IN THE NEWS | Museum of Idaho offers tour to Wasden-Croft Archaeological Preserve

Published on August 19, 2019 by Adam Forsgren from EastIdahoNews.com: IDAHO FALLS | The Museum of Idaho is gearing up to take local ancient history lovers on a trip to explore a local archaeological site. The...
TThe Tram Preserve, containing the remains of a Seneca Village, with high summer vegetation.

Update E: Summer Site Work in Full Swing

Earlier this month Conservancy President Mark Michael joined the staff of the Eastern Regional Office in New York  for a great visit to a few Conservancy owned preserves, and to meet with landowners, of...
The group also had the opportunity to learn about the St. Lawrence Iroquois at Tsiionhiakwatha, the Droulers site.

Photo Blogging Our New Tour: The Archaeology of Canada

Late this summer the Eastern Regional Office of the Conservancy wrapped up its inaugural Canadian tour of the archaeology of Ontario and Quebec. As we journeyed north to discover the archaeology of eastern Canada, we...
Azompa, Oaxaca City in the background.

Extraordinary Archaeology & Culture of Oaxaca Valley – VIDEO

In these two lovely tour videos below you can join along with The Archaeological Conservancy in Oaxaca for a taste of one of the most beautiful areas of Mexico: the Oaxaca Valley. Oaxaca lies...
Stunning Standing Stela at Copan

Traveling The Maya Highlands of Guatemala and Copán

One of the Conservancy’s most popular Central American tours is back again in March, 2018. We’ll be visiting the highlands of Guatemala and the incredible Mayan archaeological site of Copán in Honduras. Join us...