Friday, Jan 23 09
The draft report of 2008 MYAP was submitted for review to Yellowstone earlier this week. Grad student Lester Maas did a great job putting most of it together for his graduate project. We also curated all of the 2007 artifacts to the Heritage and Research Center in Gardiner. Our congrats to Ann Johnson who retired this January after being Yellowstone’s park archaeologist for years. We will miss her. We currently have four students on the list to participate in 2009. I am only accepting 10, so if you are interested you should think about making a committment. I expect it to fill in the next month or so. I will be giving two public talks about MYAP this spring: 1) 1st weekend in March at the George Wright conference in Portland, Oregon; 2) April 16, Archaeology Month presentation at the University of Montana UC.