Archaeological Conservancy

Archaeological Conservancy

Address:5301 Central Ave NE, Suite 902
Albuquerque, NM 87108

Phone:505-266-1540
Fax:505-266-0311
Web: www.americanarchaeology.com/aaabout.html
Established: 1980. Description:Dedicated to preserving significant archeological sites in North America. The Conservancy has acquired more than 325 endangered archaeological sites in 39 states across the U.S. Operates regional offices in California, Ohio, Mississippi, and Maryland. Members: 23,000. Dues: $25/year.
Publications: American Archaeology (quarterly); free to members.

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The Santa Fe-based Archaeological Conservancy has been doing this since 1979.
Telephone interview with Lynn Dunbar, Western Regional Director, Archaeological Conservancy (June 24, 1992).
One notable private organization is the Archaeological Conservancy, founded in 1979, which protects archaeological sites by acquiring them through purchase or donation (Michel 1991); to date the Archaeological Conservancy has acquired 80 archaeological sites.
The archaeological conservancy and site protection, in Smith & Ehrenhard (ed.
This is the first state park that has been established as an archeological preserve," said Lynn Dunbar, western regional director of The Archaeological Conservancy, which helped the park department acquire Tomo-kahni and is now trying to buy another 160 acres a mile away.
The Albuquerque event will be co-sponsored by a number of local/regional groups, including CPAL, CCNPSR, HFC, Republicans for Environmental Protection, the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance, the New Mexico Wildlife Federation, the Archaeological Conservancy, the New Mexico Heritage Preservation Alliance, the Central New Mexican Audubon Society, the Earth Works Institute, New Mexico Public Interest Research Group and National Environmental Trust.
This is a significant wetland area and rich in archaeological resources," said Mark Michel, president of The Archaeological Conservancy.
Arts, Culture & Humanity: The Academy of Natural Sciences, Archaeological Conservancy, Fractured Atlas, Little Kids Rock, StoryCorps
When the Newhall Ranch project is approved, Newhall Land plans to donate the 8-acre asistencia area to the Archaeological Conservancy, a national nonprofit organization that preserves archeological sites.

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