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Hudson-Meng Bonebed Interpretation Project 2016 - Nebraska NF - NE

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Hudson_meng_2012 by USDA Forest ServiceThe Hudson-Meng Education and Research Center (HMERC) is located in a picturesque, rural setting on the Oglala National Grassland, just south of the Black Hills of South Dakota. HMERC houses on the the most important discoveries of Archaeology and Paleonotolgy in North America: the Hudson-Meng Bison kill site! Each summer, HMERC and the Bison Bonebed are open to the general public and periodically host university-level archaeological field schools. Once again this year, the Center needs your help! PIT volunteers will staff the summer field season to help with visitors and spread public awareness of history, historic preservation, and Grasslands natural resources. All PIT volunteers will also be encouraged to develop one unique interpretative tour that involves Hudson-Meng and spreads public awareness of its cultural resources. This is a very unique opportunity, and makes the Hudson-Meng Interpretation PIT project an especially attractive fit for interested college students!

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