January at ASI!
Presenting a roundup of all the stories, photos and projects that got us excited this month! We had a busy start to the year! January found us putting out the call for field technicians for this spring, seeing our research hit mainstream publications, and participating in a fun photo challenge! Carbonized seeds that we […]
“Featured” Employee: Jessica Lytle
Meet Jessica Lytle, Associate Archaeologist and Project Manager in our Environmental Assessment Division! Jes has a passion for paleobotanical analysis, as evidenced by her recent work helping to identify 3,000 year old quinoa seeds in Ontario. It was early 2008. I was halfway through my undergrad degree and taking a few archaeology courses, and the […]