Heritage Monitoring Scouts: Land Manager Training
Sponsored by FPAN
Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - 9:00am to 2:30pm

St. Andrews State Park
4607 State Park Ln
Panama City Beach, FL
United States

Heritage Monitoring Scouts (HMS Florida) is a public engagement program focused on tracking changes to archaeological sites at risk, particularly those impacted by climate change in the form of erosion and sea level rise.

Land Managers are encouraged to join Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) staff for this fun workshop to learn how to become a Heritage Monitoring Scout! We will talk about threats to archaeological sites, how to identify some common site types and artifacts, and the best way to record and monitor them. This workshop includes presentations in the morning at St. Andrews State Park, a break for lunch, and some site monitoring practice in the afternoon!

This event is free and open to Land Managers only. To RSVP, contact Nicole Grinnan at ngrinnan@uwf.edu or 850-595-0050 ext. 103.

Contact Information
Nicole Grinnan
850-595-0050 ext. 103


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