Community Projects

We have a strong research and social archaeological focus within our company.

Community Projects:

We have a strong research and social archaeological focus within our company. We participate regularly in conferences for the Australian Archaeological Association presenting our work collaborating with Indigenous Elders and community members.  We run annual activities for school children as voluntary projects, including archaeology education days for Toddlers for National Archaeology Week (http://archaeologyweek.com/?event=nsw-pottsville-toddler-tunes-and-stories) and Indigenous school children and Ranger training in Mapoon (http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/topics/history-culture/2012/03/preserving-aboriginal-history/) and for schools in Brisbane and Northern New South Wales.

Mary-Jean is currently working on a book of oral histories with Mapoon Elders and former missionary families.

We are actively involved in several ongoing research projects including archaeological and geophysical investigations of unmarked Aboriginal graves at Mapoon and an upcoming project in the Tweed region.

Our team has research affiliations with the University of Queensland other universities in Australia and New Zealand.
We are always looking for new projects to collaborate with community organisations and Councils, including assistance with grants and funding applications.