Join us for a Living Room Lecture on the archaeology and history of Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve. People have lived on or near Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve for at least 10,000 years. What does the archaeological record tell us about how they survived? When the Spanish first came to San Diego, the people there were known as the Kumeyaay. What natural resources did they utilize? Did they have a village there? What happened over historical times to those people?
This virtual event will be held on Zoom and is limited to 100 attendees. Registration does not guarantee access if webinar is at capacity. This lecture will live stream on YouTube if capacity is reached: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1u18jko8JsS19NEicQS2cA
About the Presenter
Kathleen Dickey is a former microbiologist who specialized in infectious disease diagnostics. After her retirement, she followed her other interests: San Diego archaeology, natural history, and cultural history. During an internship with Palomar College, she began a volunteer research relationship with San Diego Archaeological Center starting in 2005. She has been a docent naturalist at Torrey Pines SNR since 2008.
Date: Thursday, September 17, 2020
Time: 5:30 PM
Location: Virtual event via Zoom