2016 Archaeological Field School Take a walk through history: CSU anthropology faculty, students lead tours & talksImage of

Take a walk through history: CSU anthropology faculty, students lead tours & talks

By Mary Guiden, as appearing in SOURCE

Interested in archeology, bison, water use in Colorado, or how bioengineers get great ideas from nature?

Colorado State University students and faculty, including anthropology professor Jason LaBelle and his archaeological field school cohort, will talk about these topics in “Science behind the Scenery” events that run from June – October and are sponsored by the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas. The talks are designed for adults to learn more about research and science related to local natural areas.

Jason LaBelle and his archaeological field school team display some of their findings.

Jason LaBelle and his archaeological field school team display some of their findings.

 

Here’s the anthropology lineup:

Other interactive events from across the university include:

Registration Details

The talks are free, but space is limited. Registration is required through the city’s Nature Tracker site. Browse other events through this site, or download the Tracks & Trails guide. You may also pick up a copy of the guide at natural areas in and around Fort Collins.