Point Arena workshop

CASSP workshop participants spend the second day in the field. This workshop took place in Pt. Arena in October 2010 for the BLM Ukiah Field Office.

cabin at Sequoia National Forest

On the second day, these workshop participants visited an historic cabin (background, right) in the Sequoia National Forest.

cabin at Sequoia National Forest

Hiking in 2012 to the historic rock art site (the July 21-22 advanced workshop) in the Plumas National Forest.

CASSP training workshops are held throughout California. Each volunteer training workshop focuses upon the archaeological and historical resources at the host agency. But the structure of the workshops is consistent from place to place. You may take the volunteer training at one location, and join an existing team of volunteer site stewards at another location that is closer to home.

For each workshop, the Saturday classroom session starts at 9:00 and ends at 4:30 to 5:00. Lunch is provided. For the Sunday field session we assemble at 9:00 at the classroom location to carpool for the field trip, which ends at mid-afternoon.

small marker (updated January 2020) Currently, no new CASSP workshops are scheduled for 2020. They will be scheduled as soon as funding become available. Please send an e-mail to the CASSP coordinators, Karen Lacy or Michael DeGiovine, if you want to be included in the list of people to receive an e-mail when new workshops are announced.

We thank the BLM California State Office for their continued support of site preservation through public participation in CASSP