Archaeology Roadshow 2022

Field of wapato in Crane Lake, Sauvie Island, photograph by Melissa Darby, 1994

Celebrate the Archaeology
& Heritage of Oregon and Beyond

The 10th annual Archaeology Roadshow, a virtual experience this year, focuses on The Archaeology of Water and features dozens of presentations and activities hosted by archaeologists and heritage specialists from Oregon and beyond, representing universities, tribes, federal and state agencies, archaeology companies, and nonprofit organizations.

september 2022

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Thank You to our 2022 Sponsors

Association for Washington Archaeology
Kendal and Daniel McDonald
Ross Plambeck & Joan Baucus
Melissa & Dennis Darby
Eppard Vision
Terry Coffey
Adam M. Hudson
Dana Lepofsky

Portland State University is located in the traditional and ancestral homelands of the Multnomah, Kathlamet, Clackamas, Tumwater, Watlala bands of the Chinook, the Tualatin Kalapuya, and other Indigenous peoples of the river known as Wimal, Nchi wana, and Columbia. We are grateful to be guests on these lands.