Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, which conducts research into the ancestral Pueblo Indians of the Southwest, is offering adults an opportunity to learn and participate in its activities at its campus near Cortez, Colorado, this summer and fall.
The center’s Basketmakers Community Project involves excavation work and analysis of artifacts. Participants work alongside archaeologists and take a guided tour of Mesa Verde National Park. Openings are available in June, August, September and October. Other opportunities include a pottery workshop Aug. 11-17 and a lab program on Pueblo jewelry, Oct. 6-12. For more information, call the center at (800) 422-8975 or e-mail email@example.com.
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