Carnegie SVRA

Site steward at Carnegie SVRA.

Pt. Reyes

Volunteer training at Pt. Reyes National Seashore.

Barstow BLM

Volunteer training at Barstow BLM Field Office.

Mendocino site steward

Site steward on the Mendocino National Forest.

small marker Download site visit forms. California Archaeological Site Stewardship Program (CASSP) volunteers are responsible for completing a site reports after each visit, and submitting a copy to the local coordinating archaeologist. You can download the CASSP site visit report in several formats:

small marker CASSP confidentiality agreement. Because site stewards receive sensitive information about their assigned sites, they must sign an agreement of confidentiality. This agreement states that you will comply with legal and ethical requirements to keep specific site location and other sensitive information confidential. The agreement is subject to renewal every year.

Download the confidentiality agreement as an Adobe Acrobat PDF file (size 24 K).

small marker SCA membership. By attending a CASSP training workshop, you will receive a first year's membership in the Society for California Archaeology (SCA) if you are not already a member or were not a member before. Annual membership starts on January 1 and ends on December 31. Membership renewals are mailed in the Fall. You can also renew your membership online, by visiting www.scahome.org.

If you qualify for the free first-year membership, but you have not received an SCA "greetings to new members" letter, and have not received e-mailed copies of the SCA newsletter, then please contact Beth Padon at the e-mail address below.