Thursday August 28, 2014
“Deep Sediment Micro-fauna and Micro-flora” of Big Bone Lick - 7:00 pm
Hear about the geological, archaeological, and ecological study of sediments from several recent excavations at Big Bone Lick from microbiologist, Matthew Maley, MS, CEE. Learn about the Holocene and Pleistocene plant and animal remains that have been buried in the sediment for thousands of years, yet represent plants and animals that continue to survive today.
Co-sponsored by Boone County Public Library, the program will be held at the Main Branch of the Boone County Library in Burlington, KY, Meeting Room A
There will be a Friends of Big Bone general membership meeting prior to the program at 6:00 pm
Saturday September 27, 2014
Great Outdoor Weekend - Noon - 5:00pm
Big Bone Lick State historic Site is known as the birthplace of North American paleontology. Join the Friends of Big Bone for a day of demonstrations, lectures and hikes about local history, archaeology and paleontology. Tours are conducted by scientists from the Cincinnati Museum Center and professors from The College of Mt. St. Joseph and Xavier.
Great Outdoor Weekend is an initiative of Green Unbrella Regional Sustainability Alliance more about the weekend...