Archaeology First Thursday: 'Go-Help-Yourself' Subsistence on the Oregon Coast

Thursday, March 4, 2021 - 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Cost / Admission
Free and Open to Public

Join PSU's Department of Anthropology for Archaeology First Thursday. This month, we're joined by Brad Bowden, principal archaeologist and vice president of operations at Historical Research Associates.

His talk is titled, "Intertidal Fishing Weirs: 'Go-Help-Yourself' Subsistence on the Oregon Coast."

Headshot of Brad Bowden

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