The ASBC Nanaimo Branch is a non- profit organization located in Nanaimo, British Columbia. Founded in 1994, the Branch is dedicated to protecting, studying and conserving the archaeological record in British Columbia.
The ASBC-NB seeks to conserve archaeological resources and recognizes the inextricable link between conservation of archaeological sites and public education. We work to provide opportunities for the public to get hands-on experience with archaeology and archaeological principles, as well as learn about heritage conservation.
As a Society consisting of interested citizens, students, and vocational archaeologists we provide lectures given by speakers from all over the province offering a wide range of topics.
Upcoming Events Lecture Series Winter 2014
ASBC Nanaimo and the VIU Anthropology department present:
March 11, 2014
Andrew Martindale (UBC)
Lecture: The Vulnerability of Archaeological Logic in Aboriginal Rights and Titles Cases in Canada: theoretical and empirical implications
- Where: ~VIU Nanaimo campus, Building 356, Lecture Hall 109
- Date: ~March 11 2014
- Time: 11:30 am-12:50pm
- Cost: Free to ASBC current members-or by donation
- Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The ASBC Nanaimo Branch (www.asbcnanaimo.ca) is a non- profit organization located in Nanaimo, British Columbia. Founded in 1992, the Branch is dedicated to protecting, studying and conserving the archaeological record in British Columbia. Annual membership is $19 for an individual, $14 for students/seniors, and $24 for a family. New memberships and renewals are encouraged prior to the fieldtrip. Non members must sign an Ethics Agreement prior to the Tour.