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Thursday Field Work:


Warm up: 400m run- if you’re in cleats jog around edge of field just inside of the track to break a sweat and warm up. … 159 more words

Training

Introducing our new Director! Sara Ayers-Rigsby

Hi, I’m Sara Ayers-Rigsby!  I am thrilled to start in my role as the Director for FPAN’s SE and SW regions.  As a former Cultural Resource Management (CRM) professional I have had the privilege of working all over Florida, and am passionate about promoting Florida’s many archaeological and heritage sites, as well as general preservation issues. 341 more words

Cultural Resource Management

Bringing Home the Ribbons

This weekend at MTARC, Jet and her daughters did a terrific job. High Times Souper Sonic ‘Jet’ got another Master pass, while the kids both picked up Senior titles. 13 more words

Field Work

Last (?) junco field work

I was supposed to be done with field work after summer 2015, but you know how it is. The birds call. You realize that a few more blood samples would put the patterns you’re seeing in context in an illuminating way. 403 more words

Birds

Field crops planted this week

75 metres of carrots planted.

50 metres of radish planted.

25 metres of mizuna planted.

25 metres of mibuna planted.

25 metres of mooli planted… 45 more words

Go Local Food

Bones! And what they can tell us

I am a fan of the uncharismatic  (so far I’ve studied plants, snails, trematode and will soon branch to bees).

And there are few things in the world more universally charismatic than dinosaurs. 82 more words

Notes from the Field: Surveying Mudpuppies; Rain, Snow or Shine

We battled frigid temperatures as we entered the ice-filled water wearing insulated waders for protection against the elements.

This dramatic introduction sounds like the start of an exciting adventure story in some far-off place, but it actually describes some of the unbelievable conditions right here in Michigan where you can find one of the most fascinating creatures – the common mudpuppy ( 826 more words

Conservation