Who We Are
CAS-GJ is one of nine local chapters of the Colorado Archaeological Society. Our location in western Colorado puts us in the center of a region of a myriad of sites ranging from 11,000-year-old Folsom habitation sites, 4000-year-old Archaic rock shelters and the rock art and ruins of the Fremont and Ancestral Puebloans. The culture of pre-contact and historic Ute bands abounds as well as the traces of the European and Mexican explorers, fur traders, farmers, ranchers and many phases of mining from silver, gold, copper and uranium.
CAS-GJ consists of people who are interested in the archaeology and the early history of western Colorado and eastern Utah. Members are of all ages and backgrounds, some with extensive training in archaeology and others with more limited knowledge, but a strong desire to learn.
As an affiliated chapter of the Colorado Archaeological Society we are committed to the stewardship of archaeological resources in Colorado. We achieve this through public education, research, conservation, and enhanced opportunities for responsible participation in archaeology for interested individuals and organizations.
Please use this link to access a copy of our Chapter's Bylaws.