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Field Trips

The Kentucky Archaeological Survey often partners with others to offer teachers and students opportunities to become involved in archaeological research.  This usually involves students assisting in the field and laboratory. 

Building Blocks of History

The Building Blocks of History program is a full day field trip open to K-12 students.  The program is designed to educate students about life at at Riverside, The Farnsley-Moremen Landing in Louisville, Kentucky.  This historic site, located in southwestern Jefferson County, interprets nineteenth-century plantation and farm life. 

The Building Blocks program offers three activities:  a tour of the ca. 1837 main house and reconstructed kitchen; a brick making activity; and a participatory archaeological excavation.  For more information and to book a field trip contact Riverside, The Farnsley-Moreman Landing

Building Blocks is a joint program of the Kentucky Archaeological Survey and Metro Park.

Jay Stottman talks to students
Archaeologists Jay Stottman provides student orientation to the Building Blocks archaeology activity; Image, KAS, 2009

Living Archaeology Weekend

Living Archaeology Weekend, is a two-day educational program held late September at the Daniel Boone National Forest Gladie Creek Visitors Center in Menifee County.  For more information and to book a field trip contact the Daniel Boone National Forest.

This event is co-sponsored by the Kentucky Archaeological Survey, the Kentucky Organization of Professional Archaeologists and the Daniel Boone National Forest.

Demonstrator making a dugout canoe
A demonstrator uses traditional Native American techniques to hollow a dugout


Last Updated 2/16/2010