A Nonprofit Research and Education Organization

PCRG is a member-supported 501[c][3] nonprofit organization that conducts scientific research, trains students, and educates the public on the archaeology of the Great Plains and Southern Rocky Mountains. PCRG projects use state-of-the-art field and lab methods to investigate human communities and their relationships to the natural environment, from North America’s earliest American Indian inhabitants to nineteenth-century traders and settlers. PCRG broadly disseminates its research findings to professional and public audiences, furthering a better understanding of Colorado’s past and fostering preservation of the state’s unmatched archaeological resources. Membership in PCRG is open to the public.

Latest Updates 

March 23, 2017

Detailed information for Rio Grande Natural Area project posted here.

March 3, 2017

Updated information on Rio Grande Natural Area project.

February 22, 2017

2017 fieldwork schedule posted here.