Archeological centers and regional offices in the National Park Service assist a wide variety of parks, partners, and public audiences in the preservation and treatment of archeological resources.
archeology programs and centers perform many functions concerning
archeological resources. Their archeologists participate in park
support through surveys and excavations, or by providing information
and guidance. Several centers are also regional curation facilities
for archeological collections and associated records, among other
collection types. They may also conduct public outreach programs
in parks or within local communities. Find out more about the
archeological centers and regional archeology programs by visiting
their web sites.