The St. Eustatius Center for Archaeological Research is a non-government organization involved in the study of al aspects of the rich and diverse archaeological heritage on St. Eustatius, a special municipality of the Netherlands in the Caribbean. Established in 2004 to provide a permanent archaeological presence on the island, the SECAR foundation aims to protect and develop the historical resources located on St. Eustatius with the cooperation of residents. We achieve this through the combined efforts of both staff and volunteers. Two archaeologists and a board of six members comprise the organization. Our building is located on Lampeweg Road in St. Eustatius and it is where we house students and volunteers for our field schools, process finds, store equipment, and write reports.