The AIA selected directors from two projects as recipients of the Best Practices in Site Preservation Award.
The North Carolina Maritime Museum had a great turnout for Queen Anne's Revenge Community Day, held in honor of National Archaeology Day, on October 20th.
This secondary school archaeology program at the site of Carr Plantation, Montserrat, is being funded by an AIA Site Preservation Grant.
The United States extended its memorandum of understanding to continue protecting the rich archaeological heritage of Guatemala.
The governments of Mali and the United States have extended their bilateral agreement to continue protecting the archaeological heritage of Mali.
Read about the installation of interpretive signage and road signs at Thimlich Ohinga, which in only two weeks has resulted in an increased number of visitors to this important site.
A closed meeting of CPAC will conduct interim reviews of the MoU between the US and China and the MoU between the US and Cambodia.
Project Director Jessica MacLean describes the two-year project that will preserve and promote the 17th century site of Carr Plantation, Montserrat, which received an AIA Site Preservation Grant last spring.
Project director Dr. Isaya Onjala reports on the restoration work and an educators workshop going on at the site of Thimlich Ohinga, Kenya.
Director Stephen Mandal presented two lectures in Boston last week.
In March, CPAC will hold a closed meeting to review the MoUs with the Governments of Italy and Colombia.
Read about the conservation and outreach that's been going on at this ancient Maya murals site.