The Colorado Archaeological Society

Next Meeting - Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Programs are Free and Open to the Public

Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve: A Place Where People and Now-Extinct Animals Lived 10,000–15,000 Years Ago

Located in ranch country southwest of Littleton, Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve is one of Colorado’s most important Paleo-Indian archaeological sites. Excavated several times between 1960 and 1997, it contained artifacts from repeated human use from the Cody complex, a Paleo-Indian culture group, through modern times. (more)

Upcoming Programs

June 18th

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: New lender requirements take effect

Presenter:  Jen Kolise, Regional Historic Preservation Officer, US Fish and Wildlife Service Region 6

Field Trips

May 25th

 Patrice Rhodes-Baum will lead a trip to Lamb Spring.

Sept. 20-23

 Gary Conover will lead a trip to the Salinas Missions in New Mexico.

Oct. 4-5

Price Heiner, who led our fantastic outing last October to La Cueva, will take us to 

the Upper Crossing Guard Station, Dry Creek, and possibly Mr. Peat in the San Luis Valley.


Trip to the University of Colorado Museum in Boulder.


Trip to Victor, Colorado this summer.

Our Board of Directors

PresidentSusanne Denlinger
Vice PresidentRobin Bell
SecretaryMargaret Cordova
TreasurerPaul Shannon
Director at Large
Director at LargeJulie Haverluk, 2nd Yr
Programs Director Patrice Rhoades-Baum
CAS RepresentativeJones LeFae
Membership DirectorLarry Hansen

Our Committee Members

Chapter PremiumsAmy Sullivan
Community OutreachSusanne Denlinger
Field TripsArt Porter
NewsletterJerry Grandel
PAAC CoordinatorJones LeFae
PublicityJudy Kilgore
RefreshmentsLinda Trzyna
Web MasterRichard Garcia