AmaTerra News and Updates

December 20, 2016

Watch the video! After 80 years of being covered, a Great Depression-era spring cap over the source of the Comal River is cut away and lifted by a crane as part of the Headwaters of the Comal project. AmaTerra Environmental serves as the cultural resource coordinator o...

October 12, 2016

Exciting news from AmaTerra's team at White Sands Missile Range! Staff archaeologist, Matt Cuba was surprised (literally; he'd been out working in the field that morning) and elated to receive a Commander's Coin from Garrison Commander Colonel Dave Brown and Command Se...

May 23, 2016

As some of you may know, AmaTerra senior archaeologist, Rachel Feit, moonlights as a food writer for the Austin Chronicle. Her most recent article was a unique opportunity to combine this eciture gastronomique with archaeology. Read her article about the excavations sh...

February 11, 2015

 

Our New Mexico team, based in Las Cruces, now totals 14 archaeologists.  Our primary clients are White Sands Missile Range and Fort Bliss. Together, these two US Army installations total more than 4,900 contiguous square miles (that’s more than 3.1 million acres!)...

September 17, 2014

Deborah Dobson-Brown joins AmaTerra Environmental, Inc. as the Historic Structures Program Manager and will also serve as a Senior Architectural Historian. Deborah brings 30 years of architectural history, historic preservation management, and expert witness testimony...

Please reload

Featured Items

AmaTerra archaeologist returns from research at the Pingelap Atoll in the Pacific

October 24, 2017

1/9
Please reload

Recent News
Please reload

Archive