Educational Resources

Browse our library of Education Products developed over 40 years of archaeological research projects.

Webinars: Plant Species Richness at Archaeological Sites Suggests Ecological Legacy of Indigenous Subsistence on the Colorado Plateau, USA
Identifying how past human populations altered ecosystems is critical for understanding current ecological diversity and for the management of both...
Site Reports: Goodman Point Pueblo: 2005–2008 Interim Descriptive Report
Interim report providing a concise summary of all four field seasons (2005–2008) of research at Goodman Point Pueblo and also...
Site Reports: Goodman Point Community Testing: 2008 Annual Report
Annual report summarizing progress on the Goodman Point Community Testing Project during Crow Canyon’s 2008 field season.
Webinars: The Wallace Great House Assemblage: An Update from the Lakeview Community Archaeological Project
Over the past two years, Crow Canyon Postdoctoral Scholar Michelle Turner has been working with our lab archaeologists to analyze...
Webinars: Four Corners Lecture Series presents Preserving and Exhibiting Jewelry from Mary Colter
Join us for a discussion of an ongoing project to conserve 317 pieces of southwestern Native American silver jewelry donated...
Webinars: K’uuyemugeh as a Center Place
Pueblo people today often refer to their home village as their center place, and this concept is also routinely applied...
Webinars: Ask an Archaeologist
Hosted by Liz Perry, Chief Executive Officer; Jonathan Dombrosky, Postdoctoral Scholar; Benjamin Bellorado, Laboratory Director; Kelsey Reese, Research Associate; and...
Webinars: Tracing the Origins of Chacoan Beams, from Chaco Canyon to Aztec Great Houses
Chacoan great houses were constructed with hundreds of thousands of wood timbers. Without extensive forests near Chaco Canyon, the question...
Webinars: Crow Canyon Archaeological Center: Making History in the Mesa Verde Region
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center was established as a not-for-profit archaeological research and education institution in southwestern Colorado in 1983. The...
Webinars: How Prevalent Was Ancestral Pueblo Garden Hunting? A Test Using Stable Isotopes & Rabbit Remains
Garden hunting is the capture of animals from agricultural plots for food, and it is a specific subsistence practice where...
Educational Video Series: Intro to Archaeology
Join one of our educators, Tyson Hughes, as he introduces a brief overview of the field of archaeology and its...
Site Reports: The Northern Chaco Outliers Project: 2020 Annual Report
Annual report summarizing progress on the Northern Chaco Outliers Project during Crow Canyon’s 2020 field season.

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