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The Saskatchewan Archaeological Society consists of both avocational and professional archaeologists, united by these objectives:
- to educate individuals and agencies about the thousands of years of Saskatchewan’s human history and about the discipline of archaeology;
- to advocate for the protection and wisest use of archaeological heritage resources;
- to work in partnership with other parties to the benefit of archaeological heritage;
- to assist individuals, groups and agencies to be actively and responsibly involved in research, preservation and education efforts;
- to provide and support the provision of financial and human resources and to assist individuals, groups and organizations to be actively and responsibly involved in research, preservation and education efforts;
- to promote, and improve upon, the reporting and recording of archaeological resources;
- to increase the involvement of those underrepresented, such as First Nations, Métis and youth, in the care of our archaeological resources;
- to increase our involvement in schools.
The society's bylaws, financial statements and report of the auditor are available to any person at the SAS office during office hours, and they may make copies of them free of charge.
Membership in the Saskatchewan Archaeological Society is on a calendar year basis and includes a subscription to the Newsletter and other privileges. Donations to thc SAS above the individual, family, and life member rates are tax deductible.
Excerpts from past newsletters:
- Volume 16, Number 4 August, 1995
- A Trip to Reindeer Lake, July 1994
The SAS is one of the most active organizations on the continent in delivering educational programs and activities, both to its own members, and to the world outside the Society. SAS staff tries to maintain regular office hours of 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m, Monday to Friday. Members are welcome to visit the office on a drop-in basis. However, because staff is sometimes taken away from the office for outreach programs, please call ahead to make sure someone is there.
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