Wadandi TEK Survey Form
May 16, 2020
David R. Guilfoyle
This is a personal essay that explores questions we have about forest ecology and fire in the giant tingle forest of southwestern Australia.
This is a 400-year old red tingle tree. It germinated sometime in the 1600s.
This is the forest of the Ancient...
January 11, 2019
November 1st to 30th, 2020
This is an opportunity to get involved with a community archaeology project that will take place over four weeks based in the heart of Wooditj Bilya (Margaret River), in southwestern Australia. The project is part of a long-term, heritage pres...
Turquoise Bend: Collaborative Archaeology on Private Land
January 12, 2018
To Burn or Not To Burn: Listening to a Forest
Wadandi Heritage, Archaeology, Surf and Landcare Camp
December 10, 2019
The Ancient History of Thistle Cove, Cultural Connections, and the Search for the Mountaineer Shipwreck (1835)
December 9, 2019
Language, Place Names, and Heritage Preservation in Alaska: An Applied Archaeology Field School
November 30, 2019
Cultural Burning as Heritage Preservation: An Archaeologist's 'View'
July 22, 2019
Cultural Ranger & Archaeology Field School, southwest USA
May 26, 2019
Protecting Coastal Cultural Heritage and Empowering Youth: A Case Study
March 28, 2019
Cape to Cape Heritage Preservation Project: Stage 1 - Archaeological Heritage Management
Protecting the resting place of the great explorer, Tommy Windich
January 16, 2018
Marine Biodiversity Hotspot - Ancient Cultural Landscapes
May 2020 (1)
December 2019 (2)
November 2019 (1)
July 2019 (1)