CW is always eager to hear of your research projects.
Linda Stine, professor in UNCG Anthropology, will lead a UNCG class through June 17 as they learn more about an old log home in eastern Guilford County, we’ve learned.
It is thought to be a Quaker farmstead, she says, and it’s deep in the woods of Company Mill, which is a new, 250-acre Guilford County nature preserve.
The property is across from Hagan-Stone Park.
This community-engaged archaeology research project is funded by a Stedman/Covington Foundation grant and will help the Parks and Recreation Dept. in future planning.
Perhaps you have a summer research project we should know about. If you haven’t shared it with us yet, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. We always like hearing from you.