You can't "duck" invasive species!
What are invasive species? Species are a kind of creature. Invasive species is a phrase that usually refers to a creature that is not native to the area, but becomes resident there; this is the same as discussing non-indigenous species.Read More
Your chance to help South Carolina archaeologists
The Savannah River Archaeological Research Program is seeking information about prehistoric metavolcanic stone quarries in the Carolina Slate Belt Region in South Carolina. As this map shows, the Carolina Slate Belt Region is prominent in the Carolinas, and extends southward into Georgia.Read More
Your support made the difference!
Georgians for Preservation Action (GAPA) reports that the final state budget the Georgia legislature passed on April 3rd included $100,000 for the archaeology program, and two positions that the Senate had cut were restored.Read More
the study of animal remains from prehistoric and historic sites; suggests preferred food species, among other things Posted online on Monday, January 1st, 2001Read More