Archaeological Skills and Community: Interview with Emily Taber

Whether you are an aspiring archaeologist, a veteran of the field, or someone interested in how archaeological skills can contribute to your community, you will find something inspiring in our discussion with Pacific Northwest archaeologist Emily Taber. Emily shares her experience in volunteering with local search and rescue teams, with an organization that helps fire victims, and her love of fishes! Join the Women in Archaeology Kirsten, Emily, and Chelsi as we explore how archaeological skills can be helpful in your community!

Show Notes

Find search and rescue volunteer opportunities in your area at skyaboveus, or with your local sheriff’s office.

Learn more about fire archaeology.
Emily addressed some myths around using search and rescue, here are some more mythbusing resources!

Find out more about the work Alta Heritage Foundation does, donate, or volunteer here:

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