Crow Canyon Welcomes the Newest Members of Cultural Explorations Team

Posted May 9, 2019

The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is proud to welcome a pair of new additions to our Cultural Explorations team.

Tayler Hasbrouck comes to the Cultural Explorations team after working for several years in the outdoor industry. Tayler’s background includes such diverse positions from ski patroller to dude ranch manager—and now she’s excited to start working with our participants to help them get the most of their experience.

“I’m looking forward to working closely with a new audience and helping them forge bonds with the cultures and history of the Southwest and beyond,” says Tayler, who holds a B.S. in Parks and Recreation Management from Western Carolina University.

Adam Kackstetter has a strong background in experiential education and program development for the Southeast Alaska Guidance Association, and he’s excited to share his love and appreciation for people and history with the Crow Canyon community.

Adam says that in his spare time he likes to “hike, bike, pack, float, forage, learn, identify, and generally be in the great outdoors exploring new places.”

“Tayler and Adam bring a wealth of talent and experience to our team of exploration coordinators,” says Sarah Payne, Chief Outreach Officer at Crow Canyon. “We’re excited to have them here at Crow Canyon.”

Cultural Explorations travel seminars enable you to travel the American Southwest and beyond with exceptional scholars and like-minded fellow travelers. Each tour is developed by our Cultural Explorations staff and guest scholars with a strong educational focus and the opportunity to change the way you see the world.

For more information on Crow Canyon’s Cultural Explorations travel seminar program—including a catalog of upcoming trips—click here or call 800-422-8975, ext. 457