SCLT Discovery Session: Human Migration of Southeastern Sheridan County set for March 11

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is taking participants from ancient hunting grounds to 20th century events with The Human Migration of Southeastern Sheridan County project. The Discovery Session will look at how the human migration process has changed the landscape of southeastern Sheridan County. 

This SCLT Discovery Session will be a virtual journey that explores southeastern Sheridan County through nomadic living, the horse, water as a natural resource and settlement of the area.

SCLT Historical Educator Carrie Edinger will host this Zoom event on Thursday, March 11, at 5:30 p.m. 

SCLT Director of Marketing and Development Chrsi Vrba told listeners a little about the event during an appearance on Sheridan Media‚Äôs Public Pulse. 

C. Vrba

Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and share their reflections and experiences.

Register today for this FREE Discovery Session at https://sheridanclt.org. Those who register will receive a Zoom link to the presentation prior to event day.



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