|Title||Arkansas's Prehistoric Wildlife (Casscoe)|
|Time||11 a.m.-1 p.m.|
|Event Type||Public Event or Program|
|Location||Potlatch Conservation Education Center at Cook's Lake |
625 Cooks Lake Road
Casscoe, AR 72026
|Location Link||PCEC at Cook's Lake|
|Description||AGFC and AGFF's Potlatch Conservation Education Center at Cook's Lake in Casscoe invites you to come learn about Arkansas's Prehistoric Wildlife.|
How were animals important to prehistoric people as food, clothing, or material for tools and weapons? How do archaeologists learn about the lives of prehistoric people and the environments they lived in? Dr. John House of the Arkansas Archeological Survey, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Station will be the special guest.
|Contact||Registration required. Call the center at 870-241-3373 to register.|
Bring a sack lunch, drinks and snacks, but remember...Leave nothing but your tracks.
ATVs are not allowed on the property.
|Fee|| There is no fee for this program thanks to your support of the 1/8 Cent Conservation Sales Tax.|
|Event Link||Event Flyer|