Spring 2012 Meeting Follow-up: Discussion on Metal Detecting Standards
Thanks to all who attended and participated in the Spring 2012 GCPA meeting at Georgia Gwinnett College. Thanks also to our guests, AMDA’s Chris Espenshade, Patrick Severts, and Sheldon Skaggs, for their presentation on a proposal of Standards for Metal Detecting in Georgia.
I thought the discussion was engaging and productive, and I look forward to continuing it in the near future. As a follow-up to this meeting, find a copy here of the presentation meant to accompany the talking points which were distributed during the meeting. To continue the discussion, please feel free to comment here on the website. Also, please see announcement regarding AMDA’s next event.
SPACES STILL AVAILABLE, ADVANCED METAL DETECTING COURSE
There are still a dozen spaces available for the August 22-23 offering of the RPA-certified course, Advanced Metal Detecting for the Archaeologist. This offering will be August 22 and 23, 2012, in Charleston, South Carolina. The local sponsor will be the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism. The tuition will be $225.00, we have room for 23 students, and students will receive 16 RPA continuing education credits. For AMDA course details, please see http://www.newsouthassoc.com/amda/index.html.