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Fall 2003 field and lab opportunities
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Conservancy Plans to Open Delta Research Center This Winter
The Archaeological Conservancy plans to open its Delta Center for Archaeological Research at the Humber-McWilliams Site in Farrell, Mississippi, in early December. This facility will provide housing, lab, office, and equipment storage space for researchers and field schools involved in investigations in the northwest Mississippi Delta. Researchers interested in utilizing the facility for their fieldwork should contact Alan Gruber at The Archaeological Conservancy’s Southeast Regional Office at 770-975-4344 or tacseregion@aol.com.

Passport In Time Takes Volunteers
Passport In Time, a volunteer archeology program sponsored by the USDA Forest Service, provides opportunities for the public to participate in archaeology and help preserve our national heritage. For details on the Passport In Time program, visit the web site at www.passportintime.com/. New listings are posted each March and September.

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