Creek Outing at Peffer Park

High School students recently took the bus to explore the creek at Peffer park. They came out of the water with various treasures, such as 20,000-year-old wood. The wood was plowed over by the glaciers and then and then preserved in the famous Ohio clay. Other items were a softball size clump of workable clay, horn coral, other abundant fossils, and numerous bits of human-sourced debris. We are grateful to Dr. Kendall Hauer from Miami’s geology department for spending the afternoon with us. And, as always, using the public bus system was a treat!

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