San Juan Basin Archaeological Society will host a presentation at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday via Zoom.
After a brief business meeting, Kelley Berliner will present a talk about the archaeological conservancy’s preservation efforts in the east, from the Paleolithic through 19th-century industrial sites.
Berliner served as the eastern field representative for six years before taking on the role of eastern regional director of the archaeological conservancy. She holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Toronto and a master’s in historical archaeology from the College of William and Mary. Before joining the conservancy, she spent time working as a cultural resource management archaeologist and was involved with the Port Tobacco and Fort St. Joseph archaeology projects. Her interests include public archaeology, community engagement, preservation and archaeology of the northeastern United States and Canada.
The talk will be recorded for those who cannot attend live. For login information, visit www.sjbas.org.