Join us on April 7 at 5 pm Mountain Time as our Eastern Regional Director Kelley Berliner presents “The Archaeological Conservancy’s Preservation Efforts in the East: from the Paleoindian through 20th-Century Industrial Sites.”
This lecture will focus on The Archaeological Conservancy’s Preserves in the Eastern Region which span in time from the Thunderbird site, with one of the earliest Paleoindian structures discovered in the Nation, to the Pamplin Pipe Factory, a manufacturing facility that produced pipes from local clays. Our eastern preserves are diverse and include Iroquois/Haudenosaunee villages, prehistoric quarries, French and Indian War fortifications, and more. On April 7, Kelley will highlight some of these important sites and discuss The Conservancy’s efforts to preserve them.
There are two ways to attend live! To attend via the Webex digital event platform, you can register at this LINK. You can also participate via livestream by visiting our Facebook page.