About Garry Law
Webmaster of the New Zealand Archaeological Association. The New Zealand Archaeological Association (NZAA) is an independent national organisation representing the archaeological community in New Zealand. We are an incorporated society with a membership spanning internationally respected academics, professional archaeologists, and institutions involved or interested in archaeology, as well as students and amateurs. The NZAA is a constituent organisation of the Royal Society of New Zealand. The objectives of the NZAA are to promote and foster research into the archaeology of New Zealand and advocate for the conservation of archaeological sites. NZAA manages the national Archaeological Site Recording Scheme. It runs an annual conference. This year it is in Oamaru in New Zealand’s South Island and the field trip day coincides with the Day of Archaeology.
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