The Watch is the quarterly newsletter for the Arizona Site Steward Program. The Watch features articles by site stewards, regional updates, and a message from the State Historic Preservation Office. To subscribe to The Watch, fill out this online form.
Past issues of The WATCH are available online.
Arizona Site Steward Program Mission Statement
Site Stewards are volunteers dedicated to protecting and preserving cultural resources and the heritage of Arizona.
The Arizona Site Stewards Program is an organization of volunteers, sponsored by the public land managers of Arizona, whose members are selected, trained and certified by Arizona State Parks, the State Historic Preservation Office and the Governor's Archaeology Advisory Commission. The chief objective of the Stewards Program is to report to the land managers destruction or vandalism of prehistoric and historic archaeological and paleontological sites in Arizona through site monitoring. Stewards are also active in public education and outreach activities.
The Arizona Site Steward Program recently celebrated 30 years of cultural heritage protection and preservation on June 7-8 2016. Thank you to everyone who participated in making this a true celebration highlighting the Site Stewards history, accomplishments, and dedication.
A special 30 year edition of the Watch will be published shortly. For more information go to https://azpreservation.com/site-stewards