Etzanoa Technology Field School
A technology field school presented by the Etzanoa Conservancy in partnership with the V.J. Wilkins Foundation will take place July 5-6. Applications are open now and due on the 20th of May. 20 spots are open so apply now at etzanoa.com/event/tech-field-school.
Engage and interact with not only the technology archaeologists use to identify sites and artifacts, but also the technologies of the past. This will include basics of drone flying and underwater droning, basics of metal detecting, basics of 3D printing, basics of thermal imaging, exploration of petroglyphs creation, dwelling construction, basics of flintknapping, atalatal throwing, and studying archaeobotany. The session is $200 and includes lunch and supplies. Participants are responsible for transportation, housing, breakfast, dinner, and personal supplies (sunscreen, insect repellant, etc.).