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Investigating a Wintu Roundhouse

Investigating a Wintu Roundhouse

By Katherine Hodge, Public Education Coordinator We have a new curriculum to announce: Investigating a Wintu Roundhouse! Over the next week, you will get a sneak peek into the new shelter investigation with a free lesson, a discount code to use when buying the...

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Wildfires–Hear It from the Experts

Wildfires–Hear It from the Experts

By Katherine Hodge, Public Education Coordinator Wildfires are interesting to read about, but nearly impossible for an outsider like myself to adequately understand in just a few days. With that in mind, we decided to follow the same model we adhere to with all of the...

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The Firelighters Are Back

The Firelighters Are Back

By Katherine Hodge, Public Education CoordinatorWildfires have been around far longer than people and are a natural process that cleans out forest debris. Though wildfires can happen anywhere, they are most common in drier areas such as the western US. The people who...

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Wildfires and Archaeology

Wildfires and Archaeology

By Katherine Hodge, Public Education Coordinator 2020 is a year that seems to have it all. The past few weeks have featured a few different natural disasters. There are hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico, tornados in the Midwest, heatwaves rolling across the country,...

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Investigating Medicine Rocks is Here!

Investigating Medicine Rocks is Here!

Happiest of Fridays to you all. The moment is finally here, you can purchase Investigating Medicine Rocks from our online store! We are excited and pleased to be able to bring some excitement into the otherwise stressful days and weeks that many have had recently. If...

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Investigating Rock Art: Context Time

Investigating Rock Art: Context Time

By Katherine Hodge, Project archaeology's Public Education Coordinator You’ve heard a lot about Investigating Medicine Rocks over the past few weeks, and the curriculum is almost here! You’ve listened to testimonials from experts, read the words of a late president...

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Testimonial Time: Investigating Medicine Rocks

Testimonial Time: Investigating Medicine Rocks

By Katherine Hodge, Public Education Coordinator Rock art may not sound like something that fits into a classroom lesson plan, but we are here to show you just how well an authentic curriculum like Project Archaeology Investigating Rock Art can provide not only a...

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Good News: A NEW Curriculum

Good News: A NEW Curriculum

By Katherine Hodge, Public Education CoordinatorIt’s official: we have something NEW for you. Over the next few weeks, look forward to more posts with exciting things like a discount code, free lesson, and testimonials about our new Project Archaeology: Investigating...

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Sheltering Through the Storm

Sheltering Through the Storm

By Lianne Bennett, M.Ed., Deland High School and Sarah Bennett, M.A., RPA, SEARCH, Inc.People who live along the East Coast and Gulf Coast, especially those in Florida, are familiar with hurricane season, which begins June 1 and extends through November 30.  These...

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You’ll Never Walk Alone

You’ll Never Walk Alone

You'll Never Walk Alone By Katherine Hodge, Public Education Coordinator  Many things have happened in 2020—many of which I had completely forgotten about due to my preoccupation with COVID-19. For the past many months, teachers made creative changes to countless...

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