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2018 Cultural Explorations & Archaeology Programs • Travel with archaeologists and American Indian scholars • Venture off the beaten path • Explore the global context of human history • Unearth the unknown • Make your own discoveries

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Our Mission

The mission of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is to empower present and future generations by making the human past accessible and relevant through archaeological research, experiential education, The mission of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is to empower and American Indian knowledge. present and future generations by making the human past accessible and relevant through archaeological research, experiential education, and American Indian knowledge. Your participation in our programs helps support our mission. Your participation in our programs helps support our mission.

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Cultural Explorations Domestic

April 8–12

Stories on Stone

May 7–13

Backcountry Archaeology: The Bears Ears

May 21–26

June 5–11

Southwest Indian Art: Origins & Revivals

July 9–14

Navajo Weaving Workshop

August 6–11

Chaco to Mesa Verde

Wild Food Adventure

August 26–September 1

Flowing Through Time: The Rogue River

September 16–21

Cahokia: New Insights

September 24–30

Zuni Migrations

Oct 23–29

Kayenta & Hohokam Connections

International

November 6–15

December 1–9

Baja Rock Art Ritual Agriculture in the Guatemala Highlands

Archaeology June, September, October Archaeology Research Program July 29–August 4, September 30–October 6

Archaeology Lab Program


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Archaeology

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t the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, members of the public play a  hands-on role in archaeological research. Our Northern Chaco Outliers Project is a multiyear study focused on the Haynie site, an ancestral Pueblo village located on private land near Cortez. The site contains two Chaco–period (A.D. 1050–1140) great houses and numerous small houses. Excavation began during the 2017 fi  eld season. Your work will help us understand Chaco influence in the Mesa Verde region, changing human/environment relationships during the A.D. 1130–1180 drought, a  nd the emergence and functioning o  f community centers through time.


ARCHAEOLOGY

Archaeology Research Program

2018

Sessions: June 3–9; June 10–16; September 2–8; September 9–15; September 30–October 6 (Alumni Week)

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Fieldwork at Crow Canyon’s Haynie site

Work alongside our archaeologists in the field and in the lab. Join us for the second year of the Northern Chaco Outliers Project, with excavation at the Haynie site, an ancestral Pueblo village with two Pueblo II (A.D. 950– 1150) great houses.

Highlights • Learn excavation techniques—then dig alongside our archaeologists • Help wash, identify, and analyze ancient artifacts in the lab • Explore the cliff dwellings of nearby Mesa Verde National Park on a day-long guided tour (for participants new to Crow Canyon). Alumni spend more time in the field

Scholars Kari Schleher, Ph.D. Laboratory Manager Jamie Merewether Collections Manager Kate Hughes, M.A. Laboratory Education Coordinator Leigh Cominiello Archaeology Laboratory Assistant

Cost $1,595 (member*) $1,720 (nonmember) *Minimum $100 level member

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 451. See schedule at crowcanyon.org.


Archaeology Lab Program

Artifacts await processing in the lab

ARCHAEOLOGY

July 2–August 4, September 30–October 6

What will you discover?

For every day an archaeologist spends in the field, at least four days are required in the lab. During a typical field season, thousands of artifacts and samples come into Crow Canyon’s lab. The story of the past begins to come together only when these items are processed and studied. In this program, you can help analyze artifacts from sites that date from the Basketmaker III through Pueblo III periods (A.D. 500–1280).

Highlights • Learn archaeological lab procedures—then wash and catalog artifacts from Crow Canyon’s excavations • Analyze pottery and stone artifacts, assist with flotation sample processing, and/or prepare artifacts for permanent curation • Learn what artifact analysis reveals about the lives of the ancestral Pueblo Indians of the Mesa Verde region

Scholars Kari Schleher, Ph.D. Laboratory Manager Jamie Merewether Collections Manager Kate Hughes, M.A. Laboratory Education Coordinator Leigh Cominiello Archaeology Laboratory Assistant

Cost $1,595 (member*) $1,720 (nonmember) *Minimum $100 level member

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.


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Cultural Explorations

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ake a journey of discovery and change your perspective on the world. Our small group travel seminars get you up close to the amazing archaeology, cultures, and landscapes of our ancient past. We are the premier travel experience because we get you behind-the-scenes access to public, private, and tribal land and facilities. Guided by archaeologists, America Indian scholars, and cultural experts, you’ll gain new insights and connections that will give you a new perspective as you explore together. We look after every detail of the journey so you’re free to absorb the powerful spirit of these ancient places.


CULTURAL EXPLORATIONS

Stories on Stone

Fremont-style hunting panel

April 8–12*, 2018

Viewing rock imagery

Beginning in Moab, Utah, explore spectacular canyon country while learning about rock paintings and petroglyphs of the Green and Colorado river areas. Our scholars deliver compelling perspectives. Hear powerful stories concerning some of the oldest and most impressive ritualistic rock imagery in the Four Corners—and learn how these stories relate to ceremonial aspects of modern-day Pueblos.

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*Optional extension, April 12–13: Take a full-day hike to the Great Gallery in Horseshoe Canyon, Canyonlands National Park. ($650)

Cost

Highlights • Venture off the beaten path to remote rock art sites • Enjoy day hikes through breathtaking multicolored sandstone landscapes • Relax in riverfront lodging on the Colorado and Green rivers

Lyle Balenquah, M.A. (Hopi) Independent Cultural Advisor

Steve Simms, Ph.D. Utah State University

$2,095 (member*) $2,220 (nonmember) *Minimum $100 level member

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.


Backcountry Archaeology: The Bears Ears

Discovering evidence of native presence on Cedar Mesa

CULTURAL EXPLORATIONS

May 7–13, 2018

Enjoying a Red Knobs scenic overlook

Experience the newly designated Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah, including the extraordinary landscapes of Comb Ridge, Cedar Mesa, and Elk Ridge. Hike through the backcountry, explore the area’s diverse archaeology, and gain perspectives from present-day native cultures with regard to preservation of cultural resources.

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Highlights

Cost

• Travel with a nationally recognized spokesperson for the establishment and preservation of the Bears Ears National Monument and an archaeologist whose research in the area is leading to a new understanding of ancestral Pueblo culture and communities • Enjoy backcountry hikes to spectacular archaeological sites in Utah’s canyon country • See ancient artifacts up close on your behind-the-scenes tour

Lyle Balenquah, M.A. (Hopi) Independent Cultural Advisor

Ben Bellorado, Ph.D. candidate University of Arizona

$2,495 (member*) $2,620 (nonmember) *Minimum $100 level member

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.


CULTURAL EXPLORATIONS

Chaco to Mesa Verde

Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde National Park

May 21–26, 2018

Immersed in Chaco Canyon architecture

See Chaco Canyon through a different lens. Learn why its culture is so unique and how its complex society influenced events in the Southwest. We’ll explore the connections between Chaco and the greater Mesa Verde area while visiting ancestral Pueblo sites far away from the tourist crowds. Optional extension, May 26: Fly over the Mesa VerdeChaco world for a breathtaking view of the region. ($250)

Scholars Anthony Lovato

(Kewa Pueblo) Master silversmith and cultural advisor

Kyle Bocinsky, Ph.D.

Washington State University Desert Research Institute

COST

Highlights

$2,095 (member*) $2,220 (nonmember)

• Learn about recent findings concerning ancestral Pueblo architecture

*Minimum $100 level member

• Enjoy easy to moderate hikes to extraordinary archaeological sites • Tour Crow Canyon’s excavation site, a large Chaco outlier— and find out what archaeologists are learning about the Mesa Verde region

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.


Southwest Indian Art: Origins & Revivals

Joe and Cindy Tanner

CULTURAL EXPLORATIONS

June 5–11, 2018

Studios and trading posts display a wealth of original creations

Steeped in a rich legacy of trade networks, nation building, and artistry, the Tanner family is one of the oldest trading post families in the Southwest. Travel with the Tanners through northern New Mexico and Arizona to explore the origins of iconic art forms and meet contemporary revivalists who are keeping the traditions alive. At each stop a different master artist reveals their insight.

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Highlights

$2,995 (member*) $3,120 (nonmember)

• Journey to the Grand Canyon and find out how Hopi and Zuni origin stories are tied to the area

*Minimum $100 level member

• Visit Hopi and Navajo masters and iconic trading posts in Hopi, Ganado, and Gallup • Learn how tribal origin stories influence the work of artists

Joe and Cindy Tanner Emerald Tanner Tanner’s Indian Arts (Gallup, NM)

Cost

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.


CULTURAL EXPLORATIONS

Navajo Weaving Workshop

Hand-dyed wool

Traditional upright Navajo loom

Steeped in the history and traditions of Navajo weaving, our scholars are renowned for their exquisite Two Grey Hills textiles. In this hands-on workshop, learn the art of weaving on location in Canyon de Chelly and Window Rock, the heart of the Navajo Nation. Hear personal Navajo naratives about coming of age and the importance of weaving stories into textiles.

Highlights • Learn about Navajo culture and history • Become proficient at weaving, gaining skills to take home • Visit the Navajo Nation Museum

July 9–14, 2018

Scholars Barbara Teller Ornelas (Navajo) Master weaver

Lynda Teller Pete (Navajo) Master weaver

Cost $2,395 (member*) $2,520 (nonmember) *Minimum $100 level member

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.


CULTURAL EXPLORATIONS

Wild Food Adventure

Norma Naranjo preparing a feast

August 6–11, 2018

Delicious traditional ingredients

Become knowledgeable on how to identify wild edible plants and include them in exquisite meals, while incorporating herbs for enhanced nutrition and health. Understand the native foods movement with our scholars, who each teach a variety of ways to sustain health while deeply connecting with Southwest landscape and culture.

Scholars Katrina Blair

Turtle Lake Refuge, Durango

Norma and Hutch Naranjo

(Ohkay Owingeh) The Feasting Place

Lois Ellen Frank (Kiowa) Red Mesa Cuisine

Highlights

Walter Whitewater (Diné) Red Mesa Cuisine

• Learn about traditional indigenous cuisine

Karlos Baca (Diné, Tewa, Nuche) Taste of Native Cuisine

• Enjoy demonstrations of fine food preparation by the region’s finest chefs

Colin Shane Arroyo Vino

• Heighten your knowledge of local, available foods • Identify plants on pleasant morning walks

Cost

Plan your trip!

$2,095 (member*) $2,220 (nonmember)

Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.

*Minimum $100 level member


Flowing Through Time: The Rogue River

Black Bear Lodge on the Rogue River

CULTURAL EXPLORATIONS

August 26–September 1, 2018

Cruising in a dory down the Rogue River

Scholars

One of the world’s most popular river destinations, the Rogue River in southwestern Oregon is defined by steelhead trout, salmon, and other extraordinary wildlife. This boating trip has a different spin—we boat during the day and relax in luxury riverfront lodging at night. Along the way, we visit archaeological and historic sites that tell the story of the area’s rich cultural heritage.

Cost

Highlights

$3,595 (member*) $3,720 (nonmember)

• Learn about the deep history of the Grants Pass and Rogue River area

*Minimum $100 level member

• Watch salmon runs at Rainie Falls; try your hand at fishing • Understand the importance of salmon and wild foods to descendent native tribes

Shannon Tushingham, Ph.D. Washington State University

Guest tribal scholars from the Confederated Tribe of Siletz Indians

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.


CULTURAL EXPLORATIONS

Cahokia: New Insights

Life at Cahokia

Detail of mural by Michael Hampshire

September 16–21, 2018

Monks Mound towers above the landscape

At the same time that Chaco was at its height of influence, the mound-building Mississippian people were also at the zenith of their civilization in the Midwest. Explore Cahokia, the focal point of Mississippian culture in A.D. 1050. With our expert scholars, learn how Cahokia developed as a hierarchical society, evidenced by public works, mortuary practices, and material culture.

Highlights • Explore the architecture and culture that defined Cahokia • Learn about Midwestern archaeology as it relates to Chaco and Mesoamerica • Find out how the Cahokia influence shadowed the outlying mound builders, helping some to thrive, and others to wither

Photos courtesy Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site

Scholars Gerardo Gutierrez, Ph.D.

University of Colorado, Boulder

Steve Lekson, Ph.D.

University of Colorado, Boulder

Tim Pauketat, Ph.D. University of Illinois

Cost $3,095 (member*) $3,220 (nonmember) *Minimum $100 level member

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.


CULTURAL EXPLORATIONS

Zuni Migrations

Historic Zuni church

September 24–30, 2018

Painted desert landscape

Travel to exotic landscapes in Arizona and New Mexico to learn about indigenous migrations from approximately A.D. 1080 to 1250. Visit rock art and ancient architecture near Zuni Pueblo that reveal stories about clans settling in what is known as the “Middle Place” in Zuni cosmology.

Scholars

Highlights

Cost

• Explore off-the-beaten-track sites accessible only by permission from the Zuni tribal government, the Coconino National Forest, and private land ownership

$2,495 (member*) $2,620 (nonmember)

• Feast on native culinary delights at private homes • Visit the Petrified Forest National Park, the Painted Desert, El Morro National Monument, and Petroglyph National Monument

Dan Simplicio (Zuni)

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

Kim Spurr, M.A.

Museum of Northern Arizona

*Minimum $100 level member

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.


Kayenta and Hohokam Connections

Casa Grande

CULTURAL EXPLORATIONS

October 23–29, 2018

Exploring in Southwestern canyon country

The marvel of ancient canals in the Phoenix and Tucson basins attracted the Pueblo cultures of the Four Corners area in the twelfth century. Retrace their migration from northern Arizona to the Hohokam areas of southern Arizona.

Highlights

Scholars Doug Craig

Northland Research

Angela Garcia-Lewis

(Akimel O’Odham, Gila River Indian Community) Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community

• Visit Kayenta and Hohokam archaeological sites

Cost

• Study the architectural and cultural changes in Hohokam structures as a result of Kayenta immigrants

$2,795 (member*) $2,920 (nonmember)

• Listen to stories and songs of O’odham culture

*Minimum $100 level member

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.


Baja Rock Art

A road less traveled through the Baja landscape

November 6–14, 2018

Rock imagery reveals mysteries of the past

Nothing in the dramatic landscape of Mexico’s Baja California prepares you for the many thousands of brilliant paintings of humans, animals, and unique forms that are preserved in caves and natural shelters. The culture that lived here remains a mystery to the archaeological world, but ancient sites reveal how the culture may have adapted to the diverse Baja landscapes, and rock art provides clues to their seasonal ceremonies.

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Highlights

*Minimum $100 level member

• Enjoy temperate weather and Baja beaches • Learn about Baja’s connections to the American Southwest • Visit cave-painting sites, historic missions, and museums

Jerry Moore Ph.D.

California State University, Dominguez Hills

Cost $4,895 (member*) $5,020 (nonmember)

Sign up now! Limited to 12 travelers

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.


Ritual Agriculture in the Guatemala Highlands

Explore rituals and beliefs of Maya culture

December 1–9, 2018

The art of hand-dying wool

Travel to the Guatemala Highlands in search of cultural connections between the Maya, who call this home, and the Hopi clans, who date back more than 4,000 years in the American Southwest. This is an extraordinary opportunity to visit present-day Tz’utujil, K’iché, and Kaqchiquel—Maya communities in the highlands of Guatemala. Engage with Maya and Hopi scholars as they compare cosmologies, rituals, and agricultural practices. Shaman-led Second Harvest ceremonies celebrate the rich Maya culture.

Highlights • Witness Shamans and ceremonies surrounding Second Harvest • Learn about indigenous agricultural practices

Scholars Stewart Koyiyumptewa (Hopi) Hopi Cultural Preservation Office

Bárbara Rebeca Ajtujal (Tz’ uttujil-Maya) Center for

International Studies and Cooperation

Cost $4,595 (member*) $4,720 (nonmember) *Minimum $100 level member

Sign up now! Limited to 12 travelers

Plan your trip! Call your Crow Canyon enrollment specialist at 800.422.8975, ext. 457. See map and complete itinerary at crowcanyon.org.


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How to Register Register online:

Go to crowcanyon.org and click the registration button on each program page.

Call your enrollment specialist: 800.422.8975, ext. 457 M–F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Mountain Time)

E-mail: travel@crowcanyon.org

Special Offers “Bring a Friend” Discount I ntroduce family and friends to Crow Canyon and receive huge savings! For each new* person who accompanies you on a Crow Canyon program in 2018, you will receive an additional 10 percent off your tuition. For example, if you bring one new person, you will receive 10 percent off. If you bring five new people, you will receive 50 percent off. Bring ten new people and receive an amazing 100 percent discount (the maximum allowance).

Early Bird Discount Register now and save! Sign up for a 2018 trip on or before December 31, 2017, and receive $100 o  ff your tuition. May be applied in addition to the “Bring a Friend” discount (not to exceed 100 percent of program fees) on Cultural Explorations trips; these discounts may not be combined on archaeology programs.

Military Veterans Discount Veterans receive $100 off their tuition. May not be combined with early bird and “Bring a Friend” discounts.

Archaeology Programs Discount Discounts are available for seniors and program alumni. *A new traveler is defined as anyone who has not previously participated in a Crow Canyon trip (domestic or international). Maximum credit allowance is 100 percent of your member tuition (with ten new travelers) for a 2018 trip. You must be a current member (at the $100 level) to take advantage of the BRING A FRIEND discount. Program deposits are still required at the time of registration (and subject to our cancellation policy). Discounts are applied at the time of final payment. Discounts cannot be carried over to future program years. Discounts will not be awarded for cancelled reservations, transferred reservations, or cancelled programs. The BRING A FRIEND discount is not available for archaeology programs or for custom or invitational programs.


Terms and Conditions Tuition Tuition is per person and based on shared accommodations. Tuition includes scholar honoraria, accommodations, meals as specified in each itinerary, entry fees and permits, group gratuities, and group transportation as specified in each itinerary. International program prices are based on current tariffs and currency exchange rates and are subject to change. Crow Canyon reserves the right to levy a surcharge, if necessary, prior to the final payment date. Not included in tuition are transportation to and from point of origin, meals not specified in the itinerary, airport departure taxes, passport and visa fees, travel insurance, and items of a personal nature. A deposit is required to confirm your reservation and can be made by check or credit card (American Express, Discover Card, Diners Club, MasterCard, or VISA). Deposit amount, final payment date, cancellation date, and handling fees vary from program to program. Members who donate $100 or more receive the discounted tuition rate on all programs. For information on becoming a member, see www.crowcanyon.org/giving, or call 800.422.8975, ext. 124.

Cancellation and Refund Policies All cancellation requests must be made in writing to Crow Canyon Sales and Enrollment Specialist, 23390 Road K, Cortez, CO 81321-9408, or e-mailed to travel@crowcanyon.org. Cancellations become effective on the date received. Handling fees for cancellation prior to final payment date vary from program to program, but a handling fee of $200 to $500 may be imposed. Cancellation after the final payment date of a program will result in forfeiture of all money paid. Failure to pay the final balance by the date due can result in your reservation being canceled. Crow Canyon reserves the right to withdraw, without penalty, any announced program (in which case, a full refund of the purchase price will be made) or to make necessary changes to a program or program schedule. Crow Canyon is not responsible, in the event of cancellation or alteration of a program, for any airline or other commercial transportation cancellation penalty incurred by purchasing a nonrefundable or restricted ticket. Please contact us about program status prior to making your travel arrangements. Crow Canyon reserves the right to cancel programs while in progress and to take action as needed on an individual or group basis, when in Crow Canyon’s sole opinion, the health, safety, or well-being of participants requires such action. Crow Canyon’s only obligation shall be to refund to any such person that portion of his or her payment allocable to unused services to the extent that we can recover from subcontractors. Refunds are not otherwise granted for unused services. No refund will be made if a participant leaves a program in progress. To secure reservations on a trip for which the final payment date has passed, full payment by credit card is required at the time of your reservation. Last-minute reservations are subject to space availability and may require the payment of late fees. A $50 fee may be charged for transferring from one program to another on a one-time basis. The transfer can be made to a program in the current or following year, but is not allowed within 90 days of the beginning of the program you are transferring to. Additional terms and conditions may apply to some programs; these will be provided with pre-trip mailings.


Group Size A minimum number of participants is required for each trip. If this minimum is not reached by the final payment date, you may be offered several options: pay a slightly higher program price, select another program, or receive a full refund. If Crow Canyon cancels a trip extension for which you are booked, and you elect to cancel your main trip, you are still subject to the cancellation penalties as described in this policy. Please contact us to check program status prior to making your travel arrangements.

Travel Insurance We strongly recommend that you purchase travel insurance. Crow Canyon does not sell travel insurance, but there are many providers that offer a variety of plans. Please visit www.insuremytrip.com or call 1.800.487.4722 to find out more and purchase a plan that meets your needs.

Off-Campus Program Accommodations Single accommodations may be available at an additional cost. We can assist you in finding a roommate; however, if we are unable to assign you a roommate, you will be charged the single supplement fee. Many trips include visits to remote or primitive areas, where physical conveniences are limited, and some lodgings are rustic.

Campus-Based Program Accommodations For all campus-based programs, we provide shared accommodations in comfortable, Navajo-style log cabins (hogans). Private rooms are not available and, depending on enrollment, couples might not be housed together. Shared, modern shower and toilet facilities are located in a separate building adjacent to the hogans. You will need to provide your own bedding and towels.

Health and Safety Your health and safety during a trip is our first concern. You must be in good physical and mental health; itineraries for each trip include details on location and difficulty of activities. If you have any doubt about your ability to participate in a Crow Canyon trip, please contact us before registering. Any physical condition requiring special attention, diet, or treatment must be reported at the time of registration. Crow Canyon reserves the right to decline acceptance of any participant based on health concerns or considerations.

Passports and Visas It is your responsibility to obtain and carry a passport if required. If a visa is required, we will send you the applicable information to secure one.

Protocol in Case of State Department Warning Crow Canyon shall be guided by the U.S. Department of State Consular Information Program in making a determination that a disturbance may substantially and/or adversely affect a program. If it is determined by Crow Canyon that travel to a country or region is not advisable, the program will be canceled and refunds of all recoverable expenditures will be issued.

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center 2018 Archaeology and Travel Program guide  

The complete listing of our 2018 travel and adult research programs. PLAN YOUR PROGRAM TODAY. Visit www.crowcanyon.org to register.

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