Hy-noon Kiwanis highlights

On Monday, Sept. 11 Megan Stroh, archeologist at Sanford Museum in Cherokee, talked about finding things underground without disturbing the ground. She talked about using a Gradiometer and a Lidar to see where the ground had been disturbed and to get a picture of the layers under the ground in a particular location. She talked about mounds in O’Brien County that had been found and could be mapped with her instruments without being disturbed. At least one of the mounds appeared to have been a burial mound. She also mentioned that the Sanford Museum had been enlarged and updated.

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