The AIA presented two co-recipients with the Best Practices in Site Preservation Award at the 113th Annual Meeting in Philadelphia.
The Site Preservation workshop at the AIA Annual Meeting launched an online collaborative to define best practices in site preservation. Join the conversation today!
The AIA-funded project at Thimlich Ohinga held its first workshop to educate the local community on the preservation goals of the project and how the site should be preserved.
Site Preservation Grant Winner Banteay Chhmar gives the AIA an update on its teacher workshop, English Language Training Program, and the kick-off of the Tour Guide Training Program.
AIA Debuts New Google Earth Layer of Popular Archaeological Sites in U.S. and Canada for National Archaeology Day
Umm el-Jimal Project team members give an update about the educational curriculum they are putting together as part of an AIA Site Preservation grant.
Archaeologists describe their innovative plan for the preservation of archaeological and architectural heritage within an urban green space by highlighting an ongoing project at Blackfriary in Trim, County Meath, Ireland.
The recent Site Preservation Grant recipients at Lod, Israel give an overview of their community archaeology program.
Three presenters at the CPAC Bolivia-United States MoU Extension Hearing summarize the event.
The 2014 BP Award goes to the California Archaeological Site Stewardship Program for its grassroots efforts to train local communities in the preservation of archaeological sites.
Help support the Site Preservation Program while ringing in the New Year with the 2014 AIA Calendar.
Take a look at the newly completed Umm el-Jimal Project!