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Welcome to the Crow Canyon newsroom! This is your source for up-to-the-minute news about the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center.
Crow Canyon in the News
A July 22, 2012, Parade magazine article entitled "From Surfing to Cooking: 20 Camps That Adults Will Love" listed Crow Canyon's Archaeology Research Program.
The Delaware County Daily Times featured Crow Canyon in their July 15, 2012, article "Archaeology Rules in the Four Corners."
News From the Field
Field updates for the Basketmaker Communities Project keep you informed about the latest discoveries at the
Crow Canyon looks for links between the Mesa Verde region and the northern Rio Grande valley as it analyzes pottery from the Ponsipa'akeri village site. Read the latest lab update, and view earlier Lab News articles.
Statement concerning televised treasure hunting at historic sites.
Letter to Utah Governor Gary Herbert regarding the termination of three senior staff members in the Antiquities Section of the Division of Utah State History.
View Crow Canyon's National Policy Agenda which sets out the basis of our advocacy efforts.
On July 21, 2011, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton introduced legislation to make Chimney Rock Archaeological Area in southwestern Colorado a national monument. Read an op-ed article in the Durango Herald by Crow Canyon President and CEO Deborah Gangloff supporting the legislation.
On September 21, President Barack Obama declared Chimney Rock a national monument, using his authority under the Antiquities Act. Read the announcement by the U.S. Forest Service.
2011 Annual Report
Read about accomplishments and goals in research, education, and American Indian activities in Crow Canyon's most-recent annual report.
Twenty-five years after its founding, Crow Canyon looks at "where we go from here." Read A Vision for the Future of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center.
Crow Canyon's pressroom provides members of the media easy access to news and information. We welcome inquiries and encourage the press to contact us for more information.