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Verde Valley Archaeologist Goes Digital
The Spring 2020 edition of our quarterly newsletter has gone digital. Click HERE to view this issue as a PDF. Read all the latest news, plus an excerpt from the forthcoming Dyck Cliff Dwelling report. Our regular feature of "In The Museum" describes some of the intricate textile works found in the Dyck Cliff Dwelling.
Verde Valley Archaeology Field Institute Offers FREE Online Courses
The Verde Valley Archaeology Field Institute is an educational program of the Archaeology Center. The Institute offers various classes and workshops throughout the year, as well as guided hiking tours to the National Monuments and to private archaeology preserves owned by the Archaeological Conservancy. We are the official nonprofit partner of the National Monuments.
The Institute has inaugurated free online courses in the Archaeology of the Verde Valley and on the Rock Art of the Verde Valley. You can register for the classes and take the classes for free through June. As of July 1, the courses will only be offered free to Archaeology Center members. Click HERE to go to the Distance Learning Courses.
Contingency Fund Campaign for Campus Construction
The Center has been approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Economic Development Program for a grant/loan to build the first phase of the campus. However, before requesting the funds, the Board of Directors has set a goal of raising $200,000 in additional funds prior to accepting the loan in order to have a “cushion” in our Capital Campaign Fund for any unforeseen costs or overruns. We are already more than half-way there in pledges/donations. Read More HERE>>>
Arizona Site Stewards
The Arizona State Parks and Trails site steward website has been updated to permit online completion of applications to become a Site Steward. Go to www.azsitesteward.org and click on Register Here.
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