Where we all take part in forest planning
Compare notes on research projects being carried out on the SBNF
Latest Activity: May 7
This group does not have any discussions yet.
Haven't even gotten around to introducing myself - and I guess I should since I'm on this group!
And I am interested in research on the SBNF, even if it wasn't something I did for a degree.
I'm employed as an archaeogist, even though I ended up with a Masters in Art History and Conservation. There's archaeology in the doctorate I'm working on.
On the SBNF, I'm interested in changes to the landscape, particularly due to humans.
I've been working on the latest periods of history, the Forest Service Periods, but I'm a lithicist and interested in working Native American sites more, both ethnohistoric and archaic.
It came to me the other day that it would be a good idea to have some place for people wishing to do research on the SBNF to have a place too meet, and exchange info. What didn't actually come to mind was how to set up the group page, so I'm leaving it as open as possible, with hopes that we can all shape it into something useful.
Hi Erica! I hope you will do some research on us!
Welcome toOur Forest Place
Sign Upor Sign In
December 11, 2013 from 9:30am to 4pm – Lions Gate Hotel and Inyo Forest Supervisor’s Office
© 2013 Created by Erica Schachtell.
Report an Issue |
Terms of Service
Please check your browser settings or contact your system administrator.