Site Steward Training

The Site Steward Program is focused on supporting it's volunteers with quality training opportunities. Volunteer training involves at least 10 hours of classroom instruction and field training. The training sessions include antiquity laws, crime scene management, artifact, site and feature identification, and map & GPS reading. 

NEW!  The Foundation's 2022 education initiative will make training videos available to our volunteers on this website!

Training Videos

Join Sean Hammond as he walks us through the process of entering a vandalism report into the Site Steward Database. 

In addition, you may download a How Stewards Submit Hours & Vandalism Reports in the Database guide HERE.

And you may download Steps to Submit a Report with no Vandalism/Damage in the Database guide HERE.  

Additional Heritage Education Resources

SHPO and Arizona Preservation Foundation workshops: https://www.azpreservation.org/webinars 

The Heard Museum - Education Resourceshttps://heard.org/education/

The Amerind Museum Advanced Seminars:

https://www.amerind.org/advanced-seminars/

Arizona Archaeological Society Publications:

 https://www.azarchsoc.org/page-807605

The Old Pueblo Archaeology Center Activities: https://www.oldpueblo.org/programs/educational-programs/