Center for American Archaeology: Adult Field School
Kampsville, Illinoise - The Center for American Archaeology will be conducting their annual Adult Field School this summer, offering a structured, intensive excavation and lab experience for students and other adult volunteers interested in assisting in the retrieval of data that will shed additional light on the life-ways of Middle Woodland/Hopewell period (50 B.C. to 250 A.D.) native americans. Running from July 21 to August 15, 2008, this field school offers an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in developing or expanding their field experience. As so much work conducted by American cultural resources management firms involves the investigation and recovery of native american settlements, anyone building personal professional credentials may want to consider this. See the website for more information.