Their flyer was so cool, I just decided to use it (though you may have to magnify your screen a bit to read it).
I also received this …
Thank you for your interest in the upcoming fieldwork in the historic townsite of Falk, located 5 miles southeast of Eureka in the Headwaters Forest Reserve. Our first visit to the area is planned for Friday and Saturday, November 6 and 7, 2009. We will be hiking approximately one mile on a flat, paved trail and then crossing a creek to access the study area. The creek is low right now and we have been removing our shoes to cross it. On Friday, we will be meeting at the Cultural Resources Facility Office (BSS 124) at 8:00 am or you can meet us at the Headwaters Forest Reserve parking area on Elk River Road at 8:45 am. To get to the parking area take the Elk River Road exit off Highway 101, at the south end of Eureka. Turn right onto Elk River Road and drive approximately six miles to the Reserve parking area. Rain will cancel the fieldwork.
If you cannot make these first few days, don’t worry, fieldwork in Falk will be ongoing, every Friday and Saturday, for the next three months.
Items to bring:
1)Bring a lunch and water
2)Layered clothing, it’s rather shady in our study area
If you have any questions please email the office at firstname.lastname@example.org, call at 826-5247 or stop by in the BSS Building, Room 124. We will send out a confirmation email on Wednesday with any necessary updates.
Thanks again for volunteering your time. We look forward to seeing you!