Archeology DIG Blueberry Site November 2016

KVAHC MEETING

FPAN and FCO join forces: Site Monitoring in Aquatic Preserves

Presenting: Jeff Moats - Floridian Public Archeology Network

What does FPAN do?
  • Promote and facilitate the stewardship, public appreciation, and value of Florida's archaeological heritage
Engagement
  • Education - Understanding
  • Understanding - Appreciation
  • Appreciation - Preservation
Project focus
  • Water Preserves - Big Bend Seagrasses and St. Martins Marsh
  • Florida Coastal Office - 4 million acres and 41 aquatic preserves
Monitoring Process
  • Mapping
  • Background research
  • Fieldwork
  • Creating deliverables
Fieldwork
  • Verify location
  • Assess condition
  • Estimate Threat
Next Steps
  • Immediate
  • Long Term
  • Really Long Term

The dig

Features

Attendance

Adults

Dr. Butler

Mr. Davis

Carl

Anida

Mrs. Rita

Students

Hilary

Misty

Gabbie

Sam

Isaac

Josue

Siyona

Ashley

Artifact Bags

Feature Forms

Feature 1, 2 and 3

Plan View

Record level form

Reflection

Archeology this month was very interesting. We engaged in several different things that I had never done before. Three features were located and it took a while to record all the information. We also found the usual pottery and bone which is always fascinating. It was a very tiring and long day but other than that, it was unforgettable.

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