Crow Canyon’s campus is currently closed until April 17, or until further notice. Our staff is working remotely and ready to serve you. Continue to check our website for more updates.
For questions about teen camps, school groups, or Archaeology Research Programs, contact Winona Patterson at 800-422-8975, ext. 455, [email protected].
For questions about Cultural Explorations, contact Tayler Hasbrouck at 800-422-8975 ext. 457, or [email protected].
The Research Institute at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is delighted to welcome its first-ever postdoctoral scholar, Dr. Michelle I. Turner, PhD. Crow Canyon is excited to take another step forward in developing a postdoctoral program that will build archaeological careers, amplify Crow Canyon’s ongoing research, and serve the field of archaeology.
Thanks to the hard work of our wonderful staff at Crow Canyon, Board members and friends of the Crow Canyon community gathered at our campus on October 18 and 19 for the 2019 Annual Meeting. I’d like to take this opportunity to summarize the activities and key takeaways with you. Click here for the full text of this letter.
Congratulations to our friend, Dr. Kellam Throgmorton, who was the recipient of the Distinguished Dissertation Award from Binghamton University. Learn more and read the full dissertation here.
July 12 – 18, 2020 and July 26 – August 1, 2020
At Crow Canyon's archaeology camps, students age 12 to 18 dig at a real archaeological site in Southwestern Colorado.
Crow Canyon is bringing archaeology to you with a free, live webinar presented by Dr. Kari Schleher and Dr. Kellam Throgmorton! They’ll be discussing the latest updates and research from the Northern Chaco Outliers Project on Crow Canyon's campus.