Bodo Archaeological Centre and Site
Located in the Bodo Community Centre, Bodo, Alberta (South of Provost, Alberta on Highway 899).
Experience archaeology in action. Visit the Bodo Archaeological Site and Centre and take part in one of the unique programs designed for people of all ages.
The Bodo Archaeological Locality, situated in an area of stabilized sand dunes, consists of numerous bison kill/processing/habitation sites, which record the story of communal bison hunting over the last 1,000 years. More recent studies suggest even older occupations in the area, with dates ranging up to 5,000 years ago.
The Bodo Archaeological Locality is one of the largest and well-preserved archaeological sites in Alberta. Come experience it for yourself.
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Bodo Archaeological Society
Bodo Archaeological Society (BAS) was incorporated as a non-profit society in December 2003 to promote the continuation of field research and develop public archaeology programming including guided tours to, and interpretation of the Bodo Archaeological Sites.
- Annual membership: $10.00
- Lifetime membership: $250.00
The BAS Newsletter is published annually to inform and update members about on-site activities, progress and speakers.
"Too often we dig up mere things, unrepentantly forgetful that our proper aim is to dig … the lives of … the people." ~ Sir Mortimer Wheeler. 1954