Message #172: From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG To: "'Matthias Giessler'" Subject: NAU Archy/Anthro Grant Proposals of Interest Date: Sun, 26 May 1996 22:03:32 -0700 (MST) Mime-Version: 1.0 NAU proposals submitted from November 17, 1995 through February 28, 1996 [list clipped]: Clark, J.; Ebert-May, D. Science and Mathematics Learning Center Archaeological Education in Arizona Society for American Archaeology $9,792.00 Archaeological Education in Arizona will 1) provide leadership in communicating heritage resource information to students, educators, and archaeologists, 2) research the status and effectiveness of archaeological education programs in Arizona, and 3) conduct professional development workshops for educators and archaeologists. Poleahla, A. Strategic Environmental Education Plan for Hopi Nation Environmental Protection Agency $24,975.00 This proposal offers an approach to defining priority issues and guidelines for environmental education reservation-wide by writing a strategic environmental education plan. The plan would catalog culturally sensitive areas that need to be addressed when developing environmental education curricula within the boundaries of the reservation. In order to reflect the Hopi perspective, the project will be conducted by a Hopi professional and will involve village elders and others entrusted with Hopi heritage. Anderson, S. A Model for Locating Buried Cultural Resources in Alluvial Settings Colorado Historical Society $87,489.00 The goal of this project is to produce a predictive model for location, evaluation, and ultimate protection of Paleoindian and Archaic period cultural resources in alluvial systems of southeastern Colorado. Downum, C. Indian Health-Blanket Health Department of Health and Human Services $7,000.00 This project will provide services on an individual call basis for archaeological surveys for the Phoenix Area Health Service and its district offices. Archaeological Monitoring Along the Colorado River National Park Service $85,204.00 This is a three year project to monitor the effects of erosion and other impacts on archaeological sites within the river corridor of Grand Canyon National Park. Smiley, F. Animas LaPlata - Year 4 Bureau of Reclamation $128,222.00 This project's primary preliminary objective will be determining the timing and chronology of the early agricultural occupation of Ridges Basin.