The Apalachicola Ecosystems Project

Getting Involved

The Apalachicola Ecosystems Project is using science and history to improve public understanding of our past and how humans interact with the environment.  Lack of cultural tolerance  and environmental understanding are two of the most critical problems facing the world today.

Volunteers

There are constantly volunteer opportunities for archaeological research in the laboratory.  Learn more...

Contributions

You can contribute and become a project member through participation and financial help. 

Our project is administered and financially managed by the Antonio J. Waring, Jr. Archaeological Laboratory and the University of West Georgia, a non-profit educational institution chartered by the state of Georgia.  We collaborate with other non-profit organizations such as other educational institutions and granting agencies. 

Contributions can be made to the University of West Georgia Foundation on behalf of the Antonio J. Waring, Jr. Archaeological Laboratory, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Dr. Thomas Foster

Antonio J. Waring, Jr. Archaeological Laboratory
University of West Georgia
Carrollton, Georgia 30118
Telephone 678.839.6303

Suggested Contribution Levels

$5000 Apalachicola Premium Member

$3000 Archaeology Supporting Member

$1000 Spanish Fort Member

$100 Apalachicola Appreciation Member

With your contribution, you can help to discover and educate about our cultural past and the environment as well as scientific research in these areas.

 

 

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