The Community Archaeology Program for Adults

 

 

 

Registration for the 2014 CAP Program for Adults is now closed. New registrants will be placed on a waiting list.

The Community Archaeology Program for Adults is designed for members of the public (ages 16+) to join an archaeological field project, and help excavate at a nationally important site alongside professional archaeologists. Participants will learn basic archaeological techniques, as well as an overview of the prehistory of New York State.

 

 

The Program is open to all members of the public (ages 16+).
July 14 - 18, 2014  |   8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Fees are $175 for new participants, $25 for returning members.
Binghamton University - Science 1, Room 106

This year, participants will assist in the excavations at the Historic Amos Patterson site in Endwell, NY.  Excavations at the site will provide data for our on-going research projects and enhance our understanding of the people who lived in this valley.

•CAP instructors will tailor field activities to your interests, skills, and physical abilities.
•Transportation will be provided to and from the CAP excavation site.
•Tools and materials necessary for excavation will be provided.
•Participants must bring their own lunch.