The SGA is selling a terrific softcover book about archaeology in Georgia called Frontiers in the Soil.
Get a copy (click here for ordering information), and flip to page 98, chapter IV, “You and archaeology.”
Now, check out Project 3, on page 99.
Prehistoric Georgians used many wild plants for food, medicine, dyes, weaving, and construction. Make a list of useful wild plants in your area.
Go for it!
Read all stories on this website about the book by clicking here. Here’s a link to the order form. Pricing: Single copies of the book are $16.95 apiece for up to 10 copies. For 10 or more copies, we charge $10.20 each. Add postage and handling costs of $3 for one copy, $4 for two copies, and add 50¢ per copy for each additional copy up to ten copies, and $8.00 for 10 copies. And, click here to access to a lesson plan based on the book.