I know I am ready for summer, or at least spring, to get some bulbs and perennials in the ground. Now is the time to start thinking about summer vacations, so why not visit some archaeology sites across the U.S.? There is one near you, I assure you. Visit the following link- http://www.uark.edu/misc/aras/ to find an "archaeological park", a site that is open to the public with interpretive displays and other educational tools that you can visit this summer with your family. This site has links to various regions across the U.S., so pick your area of interest and see what is available! Great idea to get some learning in for the kids on summer vacation, and increase awareness about preservation of our shared resources. After your visit, send us a picture and we will post it on the blog! Happy New Year everyone, ATCRC.
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Welcome to our blog. We will use this platform to update you on current ATCRC projects, events, trainings, resources and information related to cultural resources management in the Pacific Northwest. If you have any information on cultural resource opportunities or events you would like us to share, drop us a line!