Train to Become a Heritage Monitoring Scout

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Camp Helen State Park

Camp Helen State Park and The Florida Public Archaelogical Network invite you to become a Heritage Monitoring Scout! Help monitor heritage at risk with the Florida Public Archaeology Network. Hands-on training in archaelogical skills will be taught to help prepare scouts for monitoring missions around the state. The training will take place in the Lodge. Ask a ranger or volunteer for directions. This program is free and open to the public.

Please RSVP Nicole Grinnan, Public Archaeology Coordinator, Northwest Regionat at 850-595-0050 ext. I03 or email ngrinnan@uwf.edu.

Fees: 

Free admission into the park if participating in the program.

Participation Requirements

Event Time: 

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 - 9:00am to 2:30pm CDT

Contact Info: 

Nicole Grinnan, 850-595-0050 ext. I03

Additional Information: 

Please, be sure to bring water, snacks/lunch, sun protection, bug spray and wear closed toes shoes.