AmaTerra News and Updates

May 9, 2017

What an honor!

AmaTerra had the opportunity to take the stage at the Javits Convention Center in Manhattan (yes... that Manhattan) earlier this week to attend the 2017 National Planning Achievement Awards luncheon. AmaTerra was invited to take the stage with the City o...

May 11, 2016

May is Heritage Preservation Month in New Mexico. As part of that state-wide celebration of culture, history, and archaeology, the New Mexico Historic Preservation Division held their annual Archaeology Fair on May 7th in the Organ Mountains - Desert Peaks National Mon...

May 2, 2015

On Saturday, members of AmaTerra Environmental and their families set to work cleaning up a part of one of Austin's most prized treasures: the Barton Creek Greenbelt.

 

The AmaTerra Cleanup Crew, May, 2015.

 

As a participant in Austin Watershed and Keep Austin Beautiful'...

AmaTerra was thrilled to learn that one of their team had been selected to receive this year's Council of Texas Archeologists' E. Mott Davis Award for Excellence in Public Outreach. AmaTerra senior archeologist, Mason Miller, led a team of awardees from the Texas Depar...

February 24, 2015

AmaTerra archaeologist, Mason Miller, recently was invited as a guest writer on Stephen F. Austin Unveristy's CRHR - Archaeology Blog. The post, discusses the recent all-digital publication of "Peering Through the Sands of Time," and the effectiveness of all-digital an...

January 5, 2015

AmaTerra is thrilled to announce that their first entirely digital publication, "Peering Through the Sands of Time: The Archeology of the Caddo at the Kitchen Branch Site (41CP220) in East Texas" has been published online for free download through Apple's iTunes and Go...

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