Dykeman Roebuck Archaeology is a woman-owned company in San Juan County, New Mexico that performs archaeological services.
We are a scientific organization studying, preserving and teaching about archaeological, historic, and traditional Native American landscapes and sites located in the Four Corners region.
Our clients include energy, construction, development and environmental mitigation companies, government entities, as well as educational institutions and private citizens.
Our goal is two fold - compliance and education.
We are well positioned to help our clients as our principals and employees have many years of experience in the archaeology of the Four Corners Region, we can do fieldwork efficiently, write-ups quickly and interface with regulatory agencies to help get approval from regulatory agencies.
We are uniquely positioned to fulfill our educational mandate and tell the story of the prehistory and history of the cultural landscape because we are able to draw on current knowledge of Native Americans as well as combine written and oral history, tree-ring dating and extensive archaeological and ethnographic fieldwork in Dine'tah, on the Navajo Reservation and in the region as a whole.