Litchfield Hills Archaeology Club
Looking to get into Archaeology but don’t know where to start? The Litchfield Hills Archaeology Club (LHAC) offers a setting for exchange of ideas, lectures covering a wide range of archaeology-related topics and opportunities to participate in actual digs.
Our Mission is to preserve, share and promote the Spirit of the Northeast’s First Peoples.
Your Benefits as a member of the Litchfield Hills Archaeology Club include:
- participation in field trips,
- free or reduced admission to LHAC’s Archaeology Lecture series, and the Club’s Annual Summer Dig (a member’s only benefit).
- Participated in excavations at the Templeton site located in Washington Depot as a part of an archaeological field school run by Western Connecticut State University.
- Excavations at the Hopkins Site along North Shore Road in the Town of Warren took place July 15, 22 and August 11. LHAC investigated a portion of this important Native American site.
- Participated new excavations at the Templeton site located in Washington Depot as a part of an archaeological field school run by Western Connecticut State University.
- LHAC will be back at the Deer Run site to continue excavations the club had done at the site in previous field seasons.
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