Summer Archeology Project
This is the third season of our Summer Archeology Project (SAP) a collaborative program between the Santa Cruz Mission State Historic Park and Santa Clara University. We will be transforming our park into an archeological laboratory, and we are seeking volunteers to process the artifacts. The material comes from an excavation at Santa Clara University which revealed the neophyte village from Mission Santa Clara. The information gleaned from this recent excavation will shed light on daily life for Native people in the Mission system. Volunteers will receive training, enrichments, a fieldtrip, and a binder of materials. This is a great way to learn about archeology and local history, and get hands on experience! We will meet on Mondays, 10am - 3pm, from June 26th through August 28th. Fill out the application on the right if you are interested. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the park at 831 425-5849 with any questions.
Our small park includes plants that interpret the history of the traditional Ohlone landscape, the many fruits and vegetables imported by the Spanish, and the heritage trees and flowers of the Victorian era.
This summer we are seeking a crew of volunteers to help plant and care for our gardens, and develop our food plant crops to benefit the community.
The bulk of the work will occur on Thursday afternoons from 1:00 - 4:00 pm., but projects can be undertaken at other times as well.
If you are interested in gardening at the Santa Cruz Mission, please call Julie at 831 425-5849.