Paul Ermigiotti (B.A., Anthropology, Penn State University) is a former educator and researcher at Crow Canyon. He worked at Crow Canyon since 1990; and prior to that, he worked at Mesa Verde National Park. He specializes in creating replicas of Ancestral Pueblo artifacts, including pottery, projectile points, atlatls, and bone tools. Paul was a major contributor to Crow Canyon’s Pueblo Farming Project, working in collaboration with traditional Pueblo farmers. Paul directed the planting and harvesting of the Center’s experimental gardens and collected data from them each week. Outside of work, Paul’s interests include music, biking, skiing, and birding.