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Wed, Mar 15

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Fayetteville

A Cultural History of Land Trust Properties Featuring Dr. Jami Lockhart

Come join us at the Historic Ozark Mountain Smokehouse for an evening presentation by Dr. Jami Lockart, Archeogeophysical Research Director at the University of Arkansas, on the historical makeup of NWA Land Trust properties!

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A Cultural History of Land Trust Properties Featuring Dr. Jami Lockhart
A Cultural History of Land Trust Properties Featuring Dr. Jami Lockhart

Time & Location

Mar 15, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Fayetteville, 1725 Smoke House Trail, Fayetteville, AR 72701, USA

About the event

On March 15th at 6:00 PM at the Historic Ozark Smokehouse, Dr. Jami Lockhart will be taking us back in time to take a deeper look at the cultural makeup of NWA Land Trust Properties! Dr. Lockhart will be highlighting properties such as Lake Frances Preserve, Steele-Stevens Heritage Park, Flint Creek Preserve, and many more! Snacks and drinks will be available. 

About The Speaker:

Dr. Jami Lockhart directs geophysical remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS) research for the Arkansas Archeological Survey. He serves as research faculty in the UA Department of Anthropology and cooperating faculty for the Environmental Dynamics Ph.D. program. His work integrates geophysical remote sensing, high-accuracy mapping, aerial photo interpretation, image processing, LiDAR analysis, and GIS data development for archeological projects and cultural landscape studies through time.

Please RSVP to this event. Attendance is limited to 50.

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