2024 MAS Free Public Training Program

Missouri Archaeological SocietyActivity, Announcement

The Missouri Archaeological Society is pleased to announce that the 2024 free public training program has been selected for funding by the Missouri State Historic Preservation Office.

In partnership with the Mark Twain National Forest, the program will be conducted at Greer Spring in Oregon County. The dates will be June 9–14. This great opportunity for hands-on archaeological experience is open to the public of all ages 12 and over. Enrollment is limited, so be sure to contact the Society office at mas@missouristate.edu if you want to be added to the list of those who are interested.

More details will be available soon, watch for additional information and registration materials.

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