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Sat, Oct 28



Cultural Site Stewardship Committee - on site Field training

Cultural training - onsite

Cultural Site Stewardship Committee - on site Field training
Cultural Site Stewardship Committee - on site Field training

Time & Location

Oct 28, 2023, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Snowville, Snowville, UT 84336, USA

About the Event

Registration for this training is on the State Historical website. 

 Become a Cultural Site Steward! 

We are happy to announce that the NUATV Club has

accepted the opportunity to be stewards of a section of

The Transcontinental Railroad.

Site Stewards are volunteers of the Utah State Historical Preservation Office who have agreed to monitor one or more archaeological/cultural sites. As such, they are the “eyes and ears” of the state and federal archaeologists who rely on them for accurate and up-to-date information. Stewards are also the people that the public will interact with the most, they are  knowledgeable and helpful resources for people who want to know more about archaeology.

Become a certified Site Steward and join the NUATV Stewardship Committee!

Site Stewards must first complete a training course conducted by the Site Stewardship Coordinator, Lexi Carlson. To complete the course, volunteers must attend one classroom session, plus an on site comprehensive training to learn about specific sites, as well as the prehistory and history of the area at-large.

 Cultural Site Steward Course Requirements 

 Part 1 - Classroom Training 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Tuesday, Oct 17, 2023 Roy Library 2039 W 4000 S  

 Part 2 - In Field Training 

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday, Oct 28, 2023

Location: 30 minutes west of Snowville

Final location will be provided at a time closer to the event.

Attendance at both the classroom and on site training is required for certification.

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