12,000 Year Old Seeds! The Process and The Learnings are as Amazing as Just Finding Them!

The Stream Feeding The CT River Valley


Our State Archaeologist Leads a Panel on Botanical Discoveries and What They Tell Us….

Sarah Sportman heads a panel of archaeologists that focuses initially on findings from the Lake Waramaug area...but then gets deep into describing the massively deliberate and tedious process endured to uncover these items...and then...what we can learn from them. This is a journey for sure...a seed buried...found 12,000 years later...and what we learn! For these stories and more...check out Archaeology of Connecticut on iCRV Radio!

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Archaeology of Connecticut

Celebrate Connecticut's rich archaeological heritage. Go on a journey...enjoy the sharing of perspective from noted authorities covering specific periods, sites, finds, and the art of unearthing relics to help tell, or shape, a story. Anchored by the state archaeologist, this program is powered by the Friends of the Office of State Archaeology.