(Ulm, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announced today
What: Hands-on program on how ancient tools were made.
When: Saturday, July 14 at 1-2 p.m.
Where: First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park, 3.5 miles north of Ulm from I-15, Exit 270.
Who: Paul Lloyd-Davies, Park Interpreter
The tribes that used First Peoples Buffalo Jump created a wide variety of tools from natural materials that they found or harvested. Join Park Interpreter Paul Lloyd-Davies for this hands-on program about how these tools were made and used in daily life.
First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park is one of the largest buffalo jump sites in the world. The visitor center and interpretive trails tell the story of the people, the animals and the landscape of the buffalo culture. In the 2011 summer season (May – August) more than 10,000 people visited this state park.
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