SNNtv.com August 10, 2018
Tidally United a three day archaeological summit centered around raising awareness for rising waters.
For the third year, New College and Florida Public Archaeology Network joined together to bring organizations with similar coastal heritage concerns to the community.
“What we did was bring the experts to talk about issues of planning and decision making, and a future orientation of where we want to take things. Everything from Mote Marine, with Sustainable fisheries, to the Arts and cultural alliance of Sarasota county to talk about representations,” said Uzi Baram, New College archaeology lab director.