- Upcoming Presentations by JRI Research Associate Deni Seymour
- Volume 1 of Creekside Village Report is Now Available
- JRI working Closely with Tularosa Community Groups on Historic Preservation
- Journey through Time: Sacred Landscapes at Three Rivers Petroglyph Site
- JRI Associate Joan Price Wins Award of Distinction
- Alan Dart to Speak in Tularosa
- Field Trip to Waterhole Canyon
- Annual Training on Looting and Vandalism
- 04/30/2019 - 05/01/2019
- 2019 Tularosa Basin Conference
- 05/17/2019 - 05/19/2019
- Call for papers - 21st Biennial Jornada Mogollon Conference, October 2019 in El Paso
- 10/11/2019 - 10/12/2019
The Jornada Research Institute (JRI) has as its mission the study of the archaeological, ethnohistoric, historic and natural resources of the northern Chihuahuan Desert of Arizona, New Mexico, West Texas and adjacent regions. JRI is committed to the protection and preservation of these resources so that current and future generations may benefit from their research and educational values.
JRI is represented by researchers from broad backgrounds that allow the Institute to focus on multi-disciplinary approaches while sharing and engaging the public through a variety of educational and training opportunities.