Professional foresters and logging company personnel frequently come into contact with cultural resources, or “special sites.” This one-day workshop helps forestry professionals to identify historical and archaeological resources they are likely to encounter in the course of their work, including Native American sites, cemeteries, industrial sites, and sites submerged in rivers and streams. Information also includes what to do if a site is found; laws affecting sites on federal, state, and county lands; and how to proactively protect cultural sites.

Division of Anthropology and Archaeology