AIA Best Practices in Site Preservation Award
Established in 2011, this annual honor is awarded to groups or projects recognized by their peers for doing exemplary work in the field of site preservation and conservation. Each year the Institute selects a project that exemplifies the mission of AIA’s Site Preservation Program and presents it with an award of $5,000 for furthering their activities and programs.
Nominations for this award must be submitted to AIA's Site Preservation Program. Nomination deadline May 1.
For further information, contact the Site Preservation Program Administrator at email@example.com.
2014 Best Practices in Site Preservation Award: California Archaeological Site Stewardship Program
The AIA Conservation and Site Preservation Committee is pleased award the 2014 Best Practices in Site Preservation Award to the California Archaeological Site Stewardship Program (CASSP) for its grassroots efforts to involve and train local communities in the preservation of archaeological sites in California. Since its inception in 1999, the program has trained nearly 1400 site stewards in workshops across the state.
|2011||Giorgio Buccellati—Mozan/Urkesh Archaeological Project|
|2012||Donald Haggis and Margaret Mook—Azoria Project|
|2013||George Bey - Kaxil Kiuic, Mexico|
|2013||Cristina Vidal Lorenzo and Gaspar Muñoz Cosme - La Blanca, Guatemala|
The most recent Site Preservation Grant was awarded to a preservation and outreach project at Narce, Italy.
CPAC will discuss Egypt's recent request for import restrictions on archaeological materials and conduct an interim review of the Nicaragua MoU.
Nominate a deserving individual or institution for the CHM Award by May 1, 2014.