CRM Educational Programs

CRM Educational Programs

PAL brings archaeology and architectural history to public audiences by teaming with other non-profit community organizations to present our work in creative ways.

Recently these programs have included the excavation of a mysterious mound in a park in Whitinsville, Massachusetts, and setting in motion the plans for a new and exciting "living laboratory" for experimental archaeology in Westwood, Massachusetts.

PAL staff are featured lecturers in the popular Rhode Island Committee for the Humanities EnRICHment Opportunities Program and PAL is listed in the New England Speaker Sourcebook. In addition, PAL staff regularly speak to local preservation groups, avocational archaeological associations, and the general public in communities where we have conducted research.

PAL also participates in disseminating information at professional conferences and provides training in CRM laws and process to their clients.

 

If you would like more information about our public education programs or having an archaeologist speak in your community, contact Alan Leveillee.