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Find out what’s happening at The Archaeological Conservancy.  Read the latest about our upcoming projects and events, acquisitions, preservation work, and more below. 

TAC is seeking a DIGITAL OUTREACH COORDINATOR

ALBUQUERQUE, NM | The Archaeological Conservancy is seeking a new DIGITAL OUTREACH COORDINATOR to manage our educational outreach program and maintain our website and...

Visit the historic F. Shaw & Brothers Tannery site in our New Video Short

MAINE |Visit the historic F. Shaw & Brothers Tannery Site in our latest virtual site visit on YouTube.  Eastern Regional Director Kelley Berliner will...

Learn more about Bryant Preserve in our New Video Short

VIRGINIA | Join Eastern Regional Director Kelley Berliner for a virtual site visit to The Archaeological Conservancy's Bryant Preserve. Kelley will take you on...

TAC is seeking a MANAGING EDITOR for American Archaeology

ALBUQUERQUE, NM | The Archaeological Conservancy is seeking a new MANAGING EDITOR for their award-winning publication American Archaeology magazine. The current Editor Michael Bawaya...

Read Highlights from the Fall 2022 edition of American Archaeology Magazine

Cover Photo from the article "Understanding The Lead Rush" - Syracuse University student wearing mosquito netting to ward off gnats takes notes. | Credit:...

Fun Fact Friday: Mosaic Animal Artifacts at Sugarloaf and Atkeson Pueblos

Cover Photo: Photo of Oak Creek Pueblo (Atkeson) taken by Prescott Photographer C.R. Allen around 1893. (Arizona Historical Society) VERDE VALLEY, AZ | Our recent...

New Virtual Tour Available Now

Watch our latest Virtual Tour, Episode 6: The Hisatsinom Hilltop Sites of the Verde Valley now on YouTube! This film includes tours of two...

#TBT: “The Man Who Loves Ruins” from 1992

Throwback Thursday to a November 1992 article in the magazine Arizona Highways featuring our President and Co-founder Mark Michel. The article discusses how The...
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