and Research Center
"Any place that anyone young can learn something useful from someone with experience is an educational institution."Al Capp
All the bones and other items collected are the property of the ranch where they are excavated. However, Southwestern Adventist University is the official repository of these scientifically valuable fossils.
At the end of each season of excavation work in Wyoming, all the bones collected are brought to the Dinosaur Science Museum and Research Center in the Lawrence Scales Science Hall on the campus of Southwestern Adventist University. There, they are carefully cleaned, preserved, cataloged, and stored.
The Museum with the preparation lab and the bone storage facility is available for field trips by interested groups and school classes.
Thursday, June 4 through Friday, July 3
Leave Keene, travel by van to Wyoming, then return at the end.
Or meet the group at the project site!
We will be on-site on Friday, June 5 until Thursday, July 2, 2020.
Class activities will begin Monday morning, June 8.
Wednesday, July 1 is our last day in the quarries.
Only 84 days until the adventure begins!