WHO MAY JOIN THE SOCIETY?
Any person interested in furthering the goals of the society is
invited to join; no previous knowledge or training is necessary.
The Iowa Archeological Society meets annually in the spring and
frequently in the fall at various places around the state. The
meetings provide an opportunity for exchange of information through
workshops, site reports and special lectures for individuals to learn
about Iowa's rich and interesting past.
Members may participate in field trips and supervised excavations
conducted within the state.
The Iowa Archeological Society has local chapters which also hold
meetings and field trips. They are located throughout the state.
WHAT DOES THE SOCIETY OFFER MEMBERS?
All memberships provide opportunities for self-education in Iowa
archeology. Two official publications are received by all members-the
Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society, published annually, and
the quarterly Newsletter of the Iowa Archeological Society. The Journal carries reports of scientific
investigations conducted in Iowa, and the Newsletter provides the
membership a medium for publication of short articles and an
opportunity to keep abreast of archeological activities in Iowa.
Click here for a printable form that will allow you to become a
the Iowa Archeological Society.