The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) will fund a community-based archaeological conservation project in Luoland in southwestern Kenya.
The AIA awards a Site Preservation grant to the Lod Community Archaeology Program.
An update from Site Preservation Grant recipient Heritage Watch.
The AIA Site Preservation Program's latest grant will go to Hoyo Negro, Mexico.
SHUMLA rock art recording experts describe the methodology for recording the threatened rock art of the Lower Pecos Canyonlands in southwest Texas and northern Mexico.
CHAMP is dedicated to improving awareness among deploying military personnel regarding the culture and history of local communities in host countries and war zones.
On January 19, 2011 the Federal Register published that the import restrictions on ancient materials outlined in the MoU between US and Italy will be renewed.
A group of AIA Site Preservation Committee members, trustees, and staff ventured 2.5 hours north of San Antonio to visit the Gault archaeological site prior to the start of the 112th AIA Annual Meeting.
The AIA Site Preservation Program announced today that Giorgio Buccellati will be the first recipient of the AIA’s Best Practices in Site Preservation Award.
Read how an AIA Site Preservation Grant made a difference at the Gault site in central Texas.
DNA research from the AIA-supported site of Hoyo Negro makes important connections between the earliest settlers of the Americas and modern Native Americans.
Download the Program's 2014 Annual Report to learn about its many accomplishments and initiatives this past year.
The most recent Site Preservation Grant was awarded to a preservation and outreach project at Narce, Italy.