CASSP is the California Archaeological Site Stewardship Program, where trained volunteers work with professional archaeologists to protect archaeological and historical resources by regularly visiting sites and recording changes. CASSP is a program of the Society for California Archaeology (SCA).
In order to become a CASSP volunteer, you must attend a two-day, training workshop (see how to join). Pre-registration must be made by e-mail, mail, or phone as soon as possible, but no later than the Monday before the workshop (see registration). The volunteer training workshop fee is $25 per person. Attendance usually is limited to 25.
(updated July 31, 2014) Thank you to the OHMVR Division of California State Parks for awarding a grant to Pacific Southwest Division of the USFS (California) to help fund CASSP activities next year. More information about CASSP partners. Because of this commitment from our partners, there will be more volunteer training workshops, advanced training, and volunteer support activities into 2015.
(updated July 31, 2014) Volunteer training workshops are confirmed for the following dates and locations. For more information, see schedule.
August 23-24, hosted by the BLM Hollister Field Office, Hollister. Saturday classroom session will be held at UC Santa Cruz and Sunday field trip will take place at BLM Coast Dairies property. Space still is available at this workshop.
Space is limited and you must register no later than the Monday before the workshop.