Archaeological Survey, Artifact Processing, Curation, and Consultation

Grants and Contracts Details


Archaeological resources are a rare and fragile resource occurring on the Daniel Boone National Forest. Their survey and protection is an important issue for scientists, federal agencies, Native American groups and the American public. Values contained in these resources not only have the potential to educate us about how past people lived, but also to teach us lessons about resiliency and invention that still resonate today. KAS will perform archaeological field studies of 361 acres on the Cumberland District in Bath and Rowan Counties. This work will be documented in two separate reports, one for the 73 acres in Bath County and a separate report for the 288 acres in Rowan County.
Effective start/end date10/1/218/15/22


  • Forest Service: $18,792.00


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