Arizona Archaeological Society

 

 
 

Membership Opportunities and Activities

As a member of the Arizona Archaeological Society, many opportunities are open to learn more about:
  • How the climate and geology of the Southwest changed from earliest man to the time of the cowboys
  • The tools, weapons, and implements that were fashioned from rock and wood
  • Foods, both animals and plants used by the early man
  • How studying what early inhabitants left behind can tell us more about their lives and traditions
  • Treatment of the artifacts and ruins to preserve and protect them from opportunists

And AAS provides assistance in your interests:

  • Monthy meetings with lectures and presentations by top people in their fields
  • The monthly newsletter the Petroglyph keeps you up to date on what other Chapters are doing in the State.
  • Annual issues of the Arizona Archaeologist professionaly written papers about archaeological research in the Southwest.
  • Classes in everything from field survey to stabilization of pueblo walls, or how to make ceramics like the prehistoric peoples did. And how to read the sherd of ancient ceramics and lithics left behind by those peoples. These classes can lead to your certification in various skills needed by professional archaeologists.
  • Field Schools in actual archaeological research locations where you practice what you learn in the classes. Becoming accomplished in the skills of reading the cleaning, classifying, and preparing the artifacts, for curation.
  • Projects which extend the use of your archaeological skills and assist some of the the best archaeologists in the Southwest.
Best of all, you get to participate in all these activities with great people of similiar interest in the great open air of the Desert, Foothills, Highlands and Mountain Forests of the Southwest.

Membership Levels

AAS offers two levels of memberships. At-Large is for those who wish to support the Society but do not live close to a Chapter. Chapter Membership is for those who wish to join a chapter in their area. Visit the Chapter Map or Chapter Membership Contacts to help you select the chapter in your area.

Each level has the additional option for an individual or household membership.

Dues

Dues are annual starting January 1. The membership fees vary between Membership Type and Chapters.

Membership Renewal

Logon to the AAS website using you email and password

If a change to contact information (name, address, email, etc.) is needed 

  • view your profile
  • make needed changes and click save.

To complete the renewal process

  • click renew
  • review renewal
  • click update and next
  • Pay with Paypal or debit or credit card.

How to Join

There are three ways you can join an AAS Chapter.

  • attend the next chapter meeting of your choice and fill out an application
  • download the application and mail with your check to the address shown on the application
  • join online using Paypal or a debit or credit card

To join as an At-Large Member

  • download the application and mail with your check to the address shown on the application
  • join online using Paypal or a debit credit card

If you chose to join on-line scroll down and follow the instruction in the upper left corner

Click next in the lower right hand corner


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