SCDNR intern Sarah Armstrong shares how her interest in fisheries genetic research led to a summer job at the Walhalla State Fish Hatchery in Mountain Rest, where she helped raise thousands of brown, brook and rainbow trout on a day-to-day basis.
During the summer of 2021, S.C. Department of Natural Resources archaeology interns helped to prepare an exciting exhibit of more than three hundred pottery vessels representing different periods in South Carolina history. The exhibit explores the tradition, function and history of these handmade treasures.
Ceramic artifacts are highly valued by archaeologists because they can tell us a great deal about past peoples. Learn how archaeologists at the S.C. Department of Natural Resources use digital modeling to create a more precise image of the size and shape of pottery vessels used by native Americans thousands of years ago.