The Jornada Research Institute (JRI), headquartered in Tularosa, New Mexico, is dedicated to the study, preservation, and protection of the archaeological, ethnohistoric, historic and natural resources of the northern Chihuahuan Desert of Arizona, New Mexico, West Texas and adjacent regions. Following is one of their special upcoming events as well as a short list of other items of interest to avocational archaeologists of the Southwest:
On September 14th, 2021, Jeff Hanson will be conducting a one-day ZOOM class on The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act for continuing education credits towards New Mexico state permitting (overseen by the Historic Preservation Division). Registration fee is $80.00 (discounted to $70.00 for students and JRI members). Please contact Jeff for more information or to sign up: firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-658-5544; or visit the Events page of JRI's website for more information.
Get to know JRI's researchers by reading their profiles, and review the JRI's past newsletters for free online. The JRI offers other publications for purchase, including: The 2019 Tularosa Basin Conference proceedings volume ($23.00; discounted to JRI's current members for $21.00): Title – Preserving, Interpreting, and Reconstructing History Through Archival Studies, Landscape Archaeology and Field Research edited by David H. Greenwald, Nancy J. Hewitt, and Alexander Kurota The 2016 Tularosa Basin Conference proceedings volume is also available ($22.00; discounted to JRI's current members for $20.00): Title – Reflections of the Past and Recent Discoveries by edited by David H. Greenwald and Nancy J. Hewitt. JRI's President, David Greenwald, advises interested purchasers to email him at email@example.com to acquire your copies and discuss how to get them to you. Greenwald says JRI still has a few of the first and second conference volumes available, too.
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