Patrick O’Grady, along with other archeologists and students at the University of Oregon, have discovered new evidence suggesting that Oregon could be the oldest site of human occupation in North America.
In the barren lands of the Eastern Oregon desert, a team of University of Oregon archaeologists, field archaeologists and volunteers sift through dirt, rocks, rain water and 18,000-year-old camel teeth.
The University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History took its shows on the road this summer. It’s offering hands-on learning through its Oregon Rocks! program, which teaches kids and families about geology.