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Students Learn the Thrill of Discovery

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Season Starts at Haynie

The snow has melted, spring has finally sprung, and the students are back as the third season of excavation has begun at the Haynie site—home of Crow Canyon's current research project, the Northern Chaco Outliers Project.

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Archaeology Research Program

Northern Chaco Outliers Project dig siteExcavate with us at the Haynie site!

Sign up now for 2019. What will you discover?

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Archaeology Lab Program


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Make discoveries in the lab. Sign up today!

Archaeology Day Tour

Crow Canyon archaeology tourJune 1–September 28, 2018
What's it like to be an archaeologist? Tour our lab and excavation site, and find out! Offered every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

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Crow Canyon Events

Join Us at CultureFest October 2019

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Thursday October 17th through Saturday October 19th

This fall's Annual Meeting and CultureFest is a time for discovery, friendship, and celebration.

Signup Now!

800.422.8975, ext. 124
(M–F, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mountain Time).

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Projects & Partnerships

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Touch the Past, Change the Future

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Lyle Balenquah, Crow Canyon programs and rock art 

Visit With Respect

Visit with Respect

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A Possible Stockade at the Dillard Site

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Travel with Crow Canyon: Dr. Joseph Suina's Story

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Travel with Crow Canyon: Barbara Schwietert's Story

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Travel with Crow Canyon: Dr. Bill Lipe's Story

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Travel with Crow Canyon: Libby Shafer's Story

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Grant Coffey, Goodman Point Video Documentation Project

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Kristin Kuckelman, Goodman Point Video Documentation Project

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Archaeology Camp with Trishna

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School Groups: Learning from the Human Experience