Based in Fort Collins, Colorado, the Northern Colorado Chapter (NCC) of the Colorado Archaeological Society (CAS) has been promoting and participating in Colorado Archaeology for over twenty-five years.



The Colorado Archaeological Society is a non-profit organization 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.

Upcoming events:

Colorado State University Repository Tour

  • When: May 11th, 2019
  • Time: 11 am-12 pm
  • Where: Colorado State University, Andrew G. Clark Building-A
  • The collection housed in the Archaeological Repository of Colorado State University represents over 10,000 years of cultural and history of the Northern Colorado region. The collection includes artifacts from over 1,200 archaeological sites and chronicles the region’s rich history from the early Clovis culture to Colorado’s earliest evidence of corn farming, as well as historical items.

    People interested in a tour of the facility have the opportunity to join Jeannine Pedersen-Guzman, MA, Archaeological Collections Coordinator.

    Participation is limited to 20 individuals and has been offered to other chapters and the general public. There are a few spots remaining. If you would like to join us, email NCC-CAS President Rae Todd, raetodd1@gmail.com by noon May 8th. Participants will be given tour details following RSVP deadline.

Extended deadline for Greenacre Scholarship

  • May 15th, 2019
  • Please see the Greenacre Scholarship tab for more information


May Chapter Meeting

  • To be determined…

CAS Annual Conference

  • When: October 11-13, 2019
  • Where: Pueblo Community College


If you have any questions regarding upcoming events, please email info@casncc.org