The conference is also a great opportunity for archaeologists from all walks of life to meet with tribal members and learn about all parties' concerns and common interests.
Highlights of the 2013 conference will include a reception on Monday night by the Delaware Nation and the Delaware Tribe of Indians, and a banquet on Wednesday night with the Keynote Speaker Walter Echo Hawk (Pawnee), Native American speaker, author, and attorney.
The registration fee is $90 for the whole conference, or $40 per day.
For more information, please contact the Delaware Nation Cultural Preservation Department
a four day conference and is an annual event in collaboration with the National Forest Service. It is designed to strengthen government-to-government relationships between the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service and federally recognized tribal governments with interests in area forests.