12,000 Years in the Far North

Date
Thursday, Apr 15 2021

Description

Time:  7pm AKT  /  8pm PT  /  9pm MT  /  10pm CT  /  11pm ET
Host Organization:  
BLM Campbell Creek Science Center — Anchorage, AK
Price: 
Free

Thousands of years ago, humans entered Alaska from eastern Asia. Today’s archaeologists search for clues from materials those people left behind to better decode their story. Joe Keeney, archaeologist for the Bureau of Land Management, will share the ongoing story of the people in northern Alaska – a tale spanning more than 12,000 years of time – and what it is like to work as an archaeologist in Arctic Alaska. Registration required. Learn more here.