The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, SD Inc. would like to welcome our participants for session one in The Mammoth Site Excavation and Preservation Program. This is the second year for the program. The first session started June 26 and runs until July 10, 2016 when the second session begins.
The Mammoth Site Excavation and Preservation Program is a four-week long excavation each summer, which is divided into two 2-week sessions. As a participant in The Mammoth Site Excavation and Preservation Program, participants spend time excavating in the Bonebed, screenwashing excavated sediments, participating in Bonebed mapping, working in the research lab on a variety of projects, and tour the molding & casting laboratory.
Participants in The Mammoth Site Excavation and Preservation Program have already uncovered new findings, all participants in the program are assisting in this discovery. Watch for more information in the weeks to come.
For more information, please contact Bethany Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 605-745-6017.
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