Research involving a Crow Canyon archaeologist has found evidence of caffeine use in the Goodman Point community. Jamie Merewether, collections manager for the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, is a co-author on paper describing how the...Read more
The best way to appreciate Crow Canyon’s mission is to experience it. And this year’s CultureFest is your opportunity to do so in the company of others who share an interest in archaeology, American Indian...Read more
The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center has a national policy agenda that guides its advocacy of the protection of significant cultural resources.
The Center’s policy goals for federal lands are in line with the Center’s general policy...Read more
Crow Canyon has earned a four-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s premier independent charity evaluator.
By guiding intelligent giving, Charity Navigator aims to advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace, in which givers and the...Read more
Crow Canyon is seeking smart, interesting people to lead visitors on one-hour tours of our campus.
The tour will include Crow Canyon’s archaeology laboratory, the Pithouse Learning Center (a replica of a seventh-century Pueblo Indian dwelling),...Read more
It’s no secret that the current population of the American West uses a lot of water and goes to great lengths to get it where it’s most needed. The supply is finite, and the demand...Read more
For anyone who wants to learn about the archaeobotany (also referred to as paleoethnobotany) of the American Southwest, Crow Canyon is the place to do it. Finding academic training in the region is difficult, and...Read more
As part of Colorado Tourism Week coverage in early May, Ricky Lightfoot, Crow Canyon board member, former president and CEO, had just a few minutes to tell Colorado's 9News audience why Crow Canyon is a...Read more
In 2015, Crow Canyon will launch a college-accredited field school.
Through immersion in a five-week experiential learning program, college students will learn the fundamental techniques of archaeological site identification and recording, excavation, and basic artifact processing...Read more
Ever wish you had a time machine so you could see what life was really like in the past?
The History Colorado Center in Denver has such a machine, and you might say that Crow Canyon...Read more
The Board of Trustees of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center formally launched the Crow Canyon Research Institute on February 1, 2014. Mark Varien, Ph.D., was named executive vice president of the Institute.
The Institute will...Read more
Brave Girls is a leadership program for young women who attend the Santa Fe Indian School. In March, the Brave Girls made a trip to the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center to learn more about their...Read more