Canyonlands Field Institute will host a 3½-day field seminar with guest archaeologist Jonathan Till from Oct. 17 to Oct. 20.
Based in Bluff, Utah, travel with a small group on day outings, to learn about Till’s research as well as findings from the Comb Ridge Initiative Project field study. Visit familiar sites in the greater Bears Ears area with Till, an established local expert and engaging teacher. Learn about Chaco-era phenomena such as great houses, great kivas, prehistoric roads, solar alignment features and shrines. Appreciate rock art from many eras, geological formations and cottonwood fall colors.
Access to sites is by short hikes, considered moderate in activity level. The seminar is all-inclusive: three nights lodging, meals, museum entrance and meals provided.
CFI is a nonprofit educational organization and adult seminars help to underwrite school and youth programs. For fees, more details and to register, visit www.cfimoab.org or contact email@example.com or (435) 259-7750. Group size is limited and registration closes Oct. 11.