Sierra College Natural History Museum presents illustrated lecture
“California’s Cultural Resources – What Are They?”
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 15
Where: Sewell Hall (Room 111), Sierra College, 5000 Rocklin Road
Cost: $5 general; $2 students/seniors; museum members free (tickets at the door); $3 parking
Info: (916) 660-7926
The Sierra College Natural History Museum will present an illustrated lecture, “California’s Cultural Resources – What Are They?” by archeologist Shelly Davis-King at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 15.
California law discusses historical (or cultural) resources, which include prehistoric archaeological sites, historic buildings, structure, certain cultural landscapes and more. Shelly Davis-King, a California anthropologist and archaeologist who has been working in cultural resources management for more than 45 years, will talk about what cultural resources are. She will guide attendees through various resource types and provide specific examples, including a study of Native American trails in the Yosemite region. Learn about prehistoric and historic places of importance in this state.
This presentation is part of the Sierra College Natural History Museum’s 2012-2013 lecture series. All proceeds benefit the Sierra College Natural History Museum.