Screen dirt from a shell mound at the Pineland site! This dirt came from a construction site adjacent to the property managed at the Calusa Heritage Trail on Pine Island. Recent finds include stone tools, a bone needle, pottery shards, and (of course!) shell, including a variety of shell tools. Fish bones also are common in this material. No experience is required. Monday through Fridays, 9-4. Plenty of parking is available. Any time you can contribute is appreciated! Call (239) 283 2062 to schedule your first volunteer visit.
Sort and record archaeological materials with members of the Southwest Florida Archaeological Society. Tuesdays and Thursdays (9-11 am) every week at the Collier County Museum in Naples. This is a great way to get involved in archaeology, and to learn from people who have been involved for many years. The museum is located five minutes from downtown Naples near the government center (the lab is located in a separate building at the museum; go through the entrance, out back, left along the sidewalk, and into the next building on the left). Free parking is available.


Pineland Archaeology


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    FPAN at Pineland no longer exists, but you can still visit RRC
  From Exit 143 on Interstate 75, follow Pine Island Road (Hwy. 78) west through Matlacha to its end at Stringfellow Rd.
  Turn right and go 3.1 miles to intersection of Pineland Rd. on left.
  Turn left and go 1.2 miles (go past the RRC headquarters next to Pineland Post Office) to end of Pineland Road at waterfront. Continue right along Waterfront Drive 0.2 miles, just past Tarpon Lodge to Randell Research Center sign and gate on right.
  The center is at the RRC, it will be on the right and before you come to the Calusa Heritage Trail-


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