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An important part of Crow Canyon's mission is to collaborate with American Indians on initiatives that not only further the Center's goals in research and education but also address the interests of contemporary American Indian communities.
Pueblo Farming Project
Farming is a fundamental part of Pueblo identity—one that is integrated into every aspect of traditional Pueblo culture. Read more. . . .
American Indian Student Education Project
American Indian educators and community leaders have identified a pressing need for culturally relevant class content that addresses the needs of American Indian students. Read more. . . .
American Indian Scholarship Program
The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center offers scholarships to American Indian schools and individuals to attend its on-campus experiential education programs. Read more. . . .
A long-term goal of the American Indian initiatives department is to create a multivocal history of the American Southwest that includes indigenous voices and restores native peoples and their past to their rightful place of prominence in the American historical narrative.
Crow Canyon's eNews regularly reports on American Indian initiatives and activities at the Center. Select from a list of articles.