Documenting Significant Human-Environmental Relationships across the Southeast Using the National Park Service's Archeological Resources

Grants and Contracts Details


The NPS Southeast Archeological Center in collaboration with Mammoth Cave National Park proposes to work collaboratively with the University of Kentucky Program for Archaeological Research to use the archeological resources of the NPS Southeast Region to develop a better understanding of past lifeways, human diets, landscape transformation, and how past populations interacted with natural resources.
Effective start/end date9/1/118/26/16


  • National Park Service: $47,702.00


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