Join Louisa County Conservation and the Office of the State Archaeologist on Thursday, September 14 from 6:00 – 7:00 pm to learn about how Light Detecting and Ranging (LiDAR) is used to identify and collect data on archaeological sites in Iowa. Presented free of charge, this program will take place at the Columbus Junction Civic Center (ICN Room).
Brennan Dolan is a Cultural Resources Manager and Archaeologist with the Iowa Department of Transportation. He will be discussing the use of LiDAR as applied to burial mounds, a historic creamery, and some other experimental work being done in the state of Iowa.
The Columbus Junction Civic Center is located at 232 Second St., Columbus Junction, IA 52738. The ICN Room is located on the ground floor.
For more information contact Louisa County Conservation at 319-523-8381 or [email protected].