The Willow Bend Environmental Education Center will be hosting an archaeological themed event for science Saturday. Science Saturday is a monthly event that occurs on the first Saturday of every month, and the month of March will show and demonstrate the skills and tools used by archaeologists. NAZ Today’s Christian Ayala talked with the executive director of Willow Bend, Moran Henn.
Henn said that the event will involve activities such as making split twig figurines and learning about the tribal nations botanical collaborative research effort. The event will also have professional archaeologists from Kaibab national forest as well as archaeological students from NAU. The event is free and open to the public, and guests are welcome to join at any time.
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