May 16, 2020

This is a personal essay that explores questions we have about forest ecology and fire in the giant tingle forest of southwestern Australia.  

This is a 400-year old red tingle tree.  It germinated sometime in the 1600s. 

This is the forest of the Ancient...

December 9, 2019

 Join us on an expedition to uncover the cultural history, marine ecology, and maritime history of Thistle Cove, Cape Le Grand National Park, Western Australia. 

December, 2020

Join our team of Traditional Owners, maritime archaeologists, and professional surveyors to em...

August, 2020

Applied Archaeology International is pleased to announce an intensive field school based in Prince William Sound that includes the towns of Valdez and Cordova, Alaska.   The 2019 summer program will integrate with workshops and cultural camps with a variety...

July 22, 2019

In the Esperance region of southwestern Australia, while standing atop a large granite dome several hundred meters above an expansive coastal plain, you see the panoramic views of the integrated cultural landscape of the Esperance Tjaltjraak Traditional Owners.  Isolat...

May 26, 2019

September 4th - 30th, 2019

Applied Archaeology International, in partnership with Southern Ute Education, Hopi Cultural Preservation, Alpine Archaeological Consultants and the Colorado Department of Transportation, is pleased to announce a month-long, intensive field sc...

March 28, 2019

Cultural values and places within our coastal zones face enormous pressure from erosion, land development, and recreation.  The fragile dune systems, dynamic wind patterns and high-velocity wave action - coupled with the great love Australians maintain to this narrow,...

January 11, 2019

November 1st to 30th, 2020

This is an opportunity to get involved with a community archaeology project that will take place over four weeks based in the heart of Wooditj Bilya (Margaret River), in southwestern Australia. The project is part of a long-term, heritage pres...

January 16, 2018

In February, 1876, a young Balladong man was laid to rest on a beautiful beach track near the town of Esperance, southern Western Australia.  Today, 140 years later, an integrated team is working to locate and protect the gravesite of the great tracker – Tommy Windich....

January 16, 2018

On a remote island off the southern coast of Western Australia, a team of researchers (Finding Salisbury) have identified a connection between ancient landscapes and rich marine ecosystems. A massive limestone scarp sits atop a granite dome on the outer edge of the Rec...

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