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Crow Canyon’s mission is to empower present and future generations by making the human past accessible and relevant through archaeological research, experiential education, and American Indian knowledge.
The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center acknowledges the Pueblo, Ute, Diné (Navajo), Jicarilla Apache, and Paiute people on whose traditional homelands this institution sits.
Tune into Crow Canyon’s 2023 Annual Meeting
Saturday September 30, at 10:30 AM MDT.
- Learn about recent discoveries from our field and lab archaeologists.
- Meet new educational staff who are enhancing the Indigenous focus of our curricula and student engagement.
- Hear about recent American Indian initiatives and plans for the coming year.
- Ask questions and share your thoughts.
The Annual Meeting will be hosted on Zoom and FacebookLive. To register for the online Annual Meeting, click the button below. We look forward to having you join us for this annual reflection on the year’s accomplishments.
Check out our free Discover Archaeology webinar series every Thursday led by renowned researchers, cultural specialists, tribal members, academics, and experts.
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Why Crow Canyon
Crow Canyon was founded on the idea that members of the public can play an important role in scientific research.
The study of the human past is an intrinsically worthwhile endeavor that creates more informed and sustainable societies.
Archaeology can provide the next generation of leaders the intellectual tools to explore the world and think critically.
An experiential educational environment encourages students to actively participate in the learning process through hands-on activities and group discussion.
There are many ways of knowing the past and this is best presented through multivocal education.