Santa Fe National Forest Site Stewards

Continuing Education Opportunities

SPONSOR DESCRIPTION
Santa Fe Community CollegeClasses in anthropology and archaeology
Current classes include
   See website
Also look at the Continuing Education Class list for one or two day classes
   
Southwest SeminarsLectures and field trips
   
School for Advanced ResearchField trips and lecture series
   
Laboratory of Anthropology Brown Bag PresentationsThe Laboratory of Anthropology sponsors an informal brown bag lecture series on the fourth Friday of every month. Topics may be multi disciplinary with anthropology, archaeology, history, and art represented. The free programs are held at 12:05 pm in the Meem Auditorium of the Laboratory of Anthropology, and the public is invited to attend.
   
Colorado Office of Archaeology and Historic PreservationLots of good references to Archaeology and Rock Art. You just have to dig down into the site to get them. Looks like a great program to train avocational archaeologists
   
Passport in TimePassport in Time (PIT) is a volunteer archaeology and historic preservation program of the USDA Forest Service (FS). You are invited to work with professional archaeologists and historians on projects including archaeological excavation, rock art restoration, survey, archival research, historic structure restoration, gathering oral histories, or writing interpretive brochures.
   
Santa Fe Community College Continuing EducationSee website for class information

  
Site Stewards Newsletter, November 2013 The page 8 story, "Want to Get More Involved with Archaeology?", identifies more web sites offering field work and training opportunities.