The Teton Archaeological Project is co-directed by myself and Rebecca Sgouros (Jackson Hole Museum). Beginning in 2013 we have conducted several multi-day research expeditions along the Teton Crest to look for new high elevation archaeological sites. The research goals of this project are to understand how past humans adapted to life in the Teton Range, to reconstruct the paleoenvironment for the region, and to use innovative scientific techniques to recreate diets and food practices. A secondary goal of this project is to document the unique landscapes and logistics encountered in alpine archaeological research. See a National Geographic story on this project under the 'Published' tab. 

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