Northeast Archeological Resources Program
Lexie Lowe is from eastern Kentucky but came to New York through her graduate program at
Binghamton University, where she received her M.A. in Anthropology/Public Archaeology. She received
a B.A. in Art History from Northern Kentucky University in 2017, and it is at that time that she found her
interests drawn to understanding past peoples and communities through their material culture; ergo,
archaeology. By working with an interdisciplinary team, as well as collaborating with Indigenous and
descendent communities and other stakeholders, she hopes to help decolonize archaeological
practice and engage with local communities to promote cultural resource stewardship in the parks and
wider region. In her second year as a CVA with the Northeast Archeological Resources Program
(NARP), she will be supporting parks in Interior Region 1 (IR-1) by organizing and implementing NARP's
Volunteer Archeological Monitoring Program (VAMP), which she helped kick-off last year in a few of
the mid-Hudson Valley NPS units. This year, she will be duty stationed at Cape Cod National Seashore!
She is excited to serve the local communities along the Cape and throughout the Northeast region and
is looking forward to supporting volunteer engagement and public outreach in archeology as she
explores the Outer Cape.