The SGA needs you.
The Society for Georgia Archaeology is a volunteer organization, and can only achieve its goals if you help. So, join the SGA and become an active participant in SGA activities.
Interested? Click here for information on joining the SGA, including a link to an application form.
Remember, the Society for Georgia Archaeology is a non-profit organization whose vision is that all Georgians understand the significance of their archaeological sites, so that they will support archaeological stewardship, education, and research. The SGA’s mission is to unite all persons interested in the archaeology of Georgia and to work actively to preserve, study, and interpret Georgia’s historic and prehistoric remains.
Begin your involvement in the SGA by attending our Spring Meeting, to be held this year at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville (see map below), scheduled for Saturday, May 19, 2012, in conjunction with 2012 Archaeology Month. The Archaeology Month theme this year is Commemorating the Bicentennial of the War of 1812. The meeting will be held in the Student Center (Level 1, LVIS Room), and registration begins at 8:00am. For all 2012 Spring Meeting information online, click here.