The Llano Uplift Archeological Society was organized by people interested in the protection, conservation, and study of historic and
prehistoric materials and sites in the Llano Uplift ("Central Mineral Region") and adjacent areas of the Texas Hill Country.
Its primary goals include
educating the membership, students, and the public; and supporting other groups, researchers, and educators with similar interests.
Stewardship of the Lower Colorado River Authority's Nightengale Archaeological Center
(NAC) is a major responsibility of LUAS.
LUAS meetings are held at The Nightengale
Archaeological Center at 7:00 PM on the second Wednesday of each month except December and June. Click on Map to NAC for location
of LUAS meetings. Read the LUAS Newsletter for information about meetings, upcoming activities, and more.
Welcome to the world of Archeology!