On today's episode we've assemble a panel of Forest Service and NPS archaeologists that specialize in preserving and recording cultural resources before and after natural and intentional forest fires. This is a unique perspective in the world of archaeology and they've got the experience to back it up. Working on one of these crews sounds like a great alternative to the usual field season for the average traveling field tech. Check it out!
- Kiabab Archaeology Video
- Fire Archaeology Facebook Page
- Wildland Fire Coordinating Group (NWCG)
- Wildland Firefighter Class
- BAER - Burn Area Emergency Response
- Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camps
Follow our panelists on Twitter:
- Bill White: Succinct Research
- Russell Alleen-Willems: Diachronic Design
- Doug Rocks-MacQueen: Doug’s Archaeology
- Serra Head: Archy Fantasies
- Stephen Wagner: Process - Opinions on Doing Archaeology
- Ashley Morton: Online Portfolio
- Chris Webster: Random Acts of Science
Thanks for listening and we’ll see you in the field!