Celebrate International Archaeology Day in California & New Mexico

Join The Archaeological Conservancy in Celebrating International Archaeology Day with lots of family fun in two of our Regions: in the Western region in San Diego, California and in the Southwestern Region in Santa...

Save This Site: Last Week of Crowdfunding to Protect Chaco Outlier

**Update 8/19: The crowdfunding for the Holmes Group Site was a great success. Thank you so much to each and every one of you for being a part of saving this phenomenal Chaco outlier...
A depiction of the Erie Canal in Buffalo, New York. Mules were used to pull the barges

Update E: In Honor of Labor Day – A Look at Clinton’s Ditch &...

Taking A Look At Industrial Sites Here in TAC’s East office we thought it would be appropriate to highlight one of our preserves associated with early industry in honor of our most recently past American...

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!...

Why This Site Matters: History of Prospect Hill Plantation

In Honor of Black History Month, Our Regional Director from the Southeast wanted to share one of our amazing Preserves of Archaeology and History: Prospect Hill Plantation. Here we share several videos of this...
Jim Walker, Southwest Regional Director, stands in what archaeologist suspect is one of two large great kivas on the site.

Donation made of significant Chaco Site: Now Saved the Dein Ruin

Albuquerque, New Mexico – March 1, 2018 – The Archaeological Conservancy recently acquired the Dein Ruin near Aztec, New Mexico. This significant early twelfth-century archaeological site sits on a rocky terrace overlooking Aztec Ruins...
Sarah Hoffman researching archaeological sites for our Eastern Office

How We Save Sites with Elbow Grease and Teamwork

Field Update: Researching Sites in the East People often ask the Conservancy’s regional staff members how we find archaeological sites to preserve. There isn’t really one answer, or rather there are many answers, as...
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....
Crow at Fort Parker 1871

Inviting the World to Share in the Preservation of Fort Parker, Montana

It’s not just the majestic landscapes of southern Montana, or the abundance of outdoor activities in nearby Livingston that attracts archaeologists, historians, and those who share in the region’s heritage to Fort Parker. The answer...
Newark Earthworks, in Ohio, boasts the largest earthen enclosures in the world and we concluded the tour with a trip to the Great Circle and the Octagon Earthworks

Update MW: Moundbuilders’ of Ohio

The Midwestern office recently finished up an exciting tour of archaeological sites in Ohio.  We started the Moundbuilders Tour, 2015 in Columbus with an introductory presentation by Dr. Jarrod Burks.  He educated us about...