The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is pleased to announce the publication of the Basketmaker Communities Project Final Interpretive Report and Companion Database!
From 2011–2017, the Basketmaker Communities Project focused on a pivotal, yet under-investigated, time in history—the Basketmaker III period (A.D. 500–750). Focusing on early Pueblo growth, this multi-year project addressed research questions pertaining to community organization, migration, environmental change, settlement and land-use patterns, and population shifts through time. The first farmers in the central Mesa Verde region established not only vast farmsteads, but cultural frameworks that became the hallmarks of Pueblo society.
This is Crow Canyon’s 10th major publication of a multi-year research project accomplished in the context of public education and American Indian involvement.
**[Click here](https://crowcanyon.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=eb965052dbb94fac4c5e40263&id=bcf0dd443f&e=f2f6248633) to read the Final Interpretive Report and [click here](https://crowcanyon.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=eb965052dbb94fac4c5e40263&id=af647485d6&e=f2f6248633) to visit the companion database.**