Archaeology isn’t just about finding arrowheads. People have lived in Illinois for over 15,000 years and have used the natural resources the state has to offer in different ways through time. Archaeologists draw on many fields in natural resource sciences to understand the people of the past and how they lived. Michelle Berg Vogel, Extension natural resources program coordinator, will give a brief overview of Illinois prehistory and discuss how archaeology informs and is formed by research in the natural resources. Presenter: Michelle Berg Vogel
This program is being offered through the University of Illinois extension office.