Join us this summer for another exploration into Oregon's historic past! The Ewuana logging camp was occupied from 1928 until around 1936. This large camp has several midden dumps, made up predominately of cans, glass, and other assorted domestic and industrial discarded items. Also in this area are numerous, historic fire lookouts and stations. Volunteers will join Forest archaeologists in the investigation of both the survey and excavation of the historic logging camp dump site and, on alternating days, in the architectural and photo documentation of the historic fire lookouts. By the end of the week, volunteers will have spent equal time engaged in both site excavation and fire lookout documentation activities - a little something for everyone! We hope to see you in July!