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This page contains links to a variety of multimedia on the Crow Canyon Web site.
Watch Crow Canyon Chef Jim Martin make a pot of his famous green chile stew!
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Scholarship student shares experience
Check out Joyce's take on the Crow Canyon experience on “Explainer TV” from the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI). She was selected by the NYSCI and Crow Canyon to receive a scholarship (generously supported by Chairman’s Council member Sara Lee Schupf) for this year's High School Field School.
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Thanks from Time Team Field School students
Students who attended the Time Team America field school say thanks to Crow Canyon donors and the National Science Foundation for their support.
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Hannibal Middle School: 25 Years at Crow Canyon
This video features Hannibal Middle School LEAP Instructor Pat Malia discussing why his school has been sending students to Crow Canyon for 25 years.
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Goodman Point Archaeological Project
The Goodman Point Archaeological Project was a multiyear investigation of an ancient Pueblo community conducted by Crow Canyon from 2005 to 2010. Multimedia products include:
Visit with Respect explains how Pueblo people feel about archaeological sites and the importance of treating them with respect. It won a national award from the Society for American Archaeology during the Society's annual meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, in April 2010.
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Learning from the Human Experience
This video is a great introduction to Crow Canyon and it's educational philosophy. Footage includes students participating in school group programs at Crow Canyon (2010).
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Lights! Camera! Dig!
Colorado Public Radio interviewed Crow Canyon Supervisory Archaeologist Shanna Diederichs about the filming of a Time Team America episode at the Center's current excavation site, the Dillard site. Time Team America is a PBS science archaeology reality show.
Listen to the interview (07:00)
Tea and Archaeology
Former Crow Canyon director of research and Washington State University Professor Emeritus Bill Lipe presented Leaving Mesa Verde: The Great Pueblo Migrations of the 13th Century as part of the Tea and Archaeology series in Tucson, AZ.
Listen to the entire presentation (01:05:32)
Before Lake Powell: Memories of Glen Canyon
As part of its Distinguished Speaker Series, the Arizona Archaeological Society-Verde Valley Chapter and the Verde Valley Archaeology Center presented a talk by former Crow Canyon director of research and Washington State University Professor Emeritus Bill Lipe.
Listen to the entire presentation (01:14:00)
As part of History Colorado's celebration of Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month, this video covers archaeological and historic sites from across the state. Crow Canyon's Mark Varien and Kristin Kuckelman are featured.
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Colorado Public Radio Interviews Dr. Tim Kohler
On March 26, 2012, Colorado Public Radio interviewed Tim Kohler for a feature story "Why They Left." The story covers the Village Ecodynamics Project (VEP). Dr. Kohler, an archaeologist in the department of anthropology at Washington State University, and several Crow Canyon staff members serve as project personnel for the VEP.
Listen to the broadcast (13:00)
Durango Herald Features Crow Canyon in Video
On October 23, 2011, The Durango Herald featured Crow Canyon with a cover story and video. The Basketmaker Communities Project and school programs are highlighted. (photo courtesy of the Durango Herald)
Dr. Scott Ortman at the Santa Fe Institute
On April 15, 2011, Lightfoot Fellow Scott Ortman spoke at the Santa Fe Institute where he is currently an Omidyar Fellow. The presentation, as part of the Institute's April Science Board Symposium, was titled "Steps Toward a Cognitive Science of Prehistory."
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Dr. Mark Varien at the North Dakota Heritage Center
On April 10, 2011, Mark Varien spoke at the North Dakota Heritage Center about the origins of Pueblo society and the development of the Mesa Verde world. The event was part of the North Dakota State Historical Society's Sensational Sundays series. The video of the event was posted by Dakota Media Access.
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Crow Canyon Staff Interviews
Telluride Inside... and Out videos and podcast interviews feature Crow Canyon staff talking about a wide range of topics, including the organization's history and its research and education programs (June 2010).
Today Show Features Crow Canyon!
The Today Show featured Crow Canyon on a segment called "Dream It, Do It: How to Make Your Dreams a Reality" (June 2010).
Dr. Mark Varien at the Beckman Center
In February 2009, Mark Varien presented "Life as Migration: The Mesa Verde Pueblo People,"—a lecture in the Distinctive Voices Series at The Beckman Center in Irvine, CA. This series of lectures highlights innovations, discoveries, and emerging issues in a public forum and is a program of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the Institute of Medicine.
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