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Bio - Scott Thomas, Retired Burns Bureau of Land Management District Archaeologist
Education – Bachelors of Science, Zoology, Oregon State University 1975
- Masters of Arts, Anthropology, Portland State University 1982
Archaeological Research Interests – Clovis age sites, Buffalo hunting in Harney County circa 1500 AD, Edible plant harvest in Harney County, Rimrock Draw Rockshelter 17,000 years ago in Harney County, Prehistoric pottery manufacture in Harney County, public archaeology.
Other Interests – Vegetable and flower gardening, greenhouse vegetable production, native edible plants, willow basketry, wattle and daub fencing and construction, Craftsman house design, surf fishing, beach combing, reading historical fiction, camping.
Employment – Retired in 2018. Former District Archaeologist (24 years), Bureau of Land Management, Burns District