Field notes

What Plants Can Tell Us in Alberta’s Boreal Forest Before We Dig

Content provided by: Alexandra Burchill When our team enters an area of interest, one of the first things we do is assess the rugged terrain and no; this isn’t a Ford F150 commercial. Both historically and statistically, archaeology sites are typically found somewhere high and dry on well-defined landforms. Imagine going camping in the woods, … Read More What Plants Can Tell Us in Alberta’s Boreal Forest Before We Dig

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Friday Lunch Club

Well, here we are. COVID. No parties, no gatherings, no end of season celebrations. Cool. No thanks. Everyone needs to travel, if only virtually! And we need to find ways to gather, connect, and communicate. Enter FRIDAY LUNCH CLUB! Friday Lunch Club is a weekly series where we invite a presenter from different places around … Read More Friday Lunch Club

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8 weeks to Spring Kickoff!

I know, it just snowed again; how can we even be thinking of Spring? But planning is my specialty and that is the only way to make things great. Spring Kickoff this year will have some new team building events, new workshops, and new experts to help our team be better at what we do, … Read More 8 weeks to Spring Kickoff!

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Jobs

Job Alert!

We are looking for some A-players to fill positions of BC Field Director and AB Permit Holder (Project Archaeologist). Circle values our archaeologists; we consider each person to be a valuable contributor to our team. We work hard but incentivize and compensate great work accordingly. Please check out the job postings and send a resume … Read More Job Alert!

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