I see UCLA is running a fieldschool again this coming summer in Stó:lō territory at Welqámex, a village site on the small island in the Fraser River near Hope. Instruction is by Anthony Graesch (UCLA) and Dave Schaepe (Stó:lō Research and Resource Management Centre). The UCLA web site has been down as much as up recently (because it has so many bells and freakin’ whistles it doesn’t know if it is coming or going — idiot web designers make such fragile shit these days), so you can also check the AIA web site. Here is a direct link to their pamphlet (PDF).
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