Larry Todd, at right, leads a search for artifacts in the Absaroka Mountains. Todd will give a lunchtime lecture in April in Cody.
Current archaeological research is revealing insights into early peoples' use of Wyoming's Absaroka Mountains, but the work is being threatened by fire, looting and vandalism.
MEETEETSE — It’s no secret to even casual naturalists that the age of a tree can be determined by counting the rings in its cross-section. But researchers in the greater Yellowstone area are building on that technique and expanding the field of dendrochronology to learn how landscapes were a…
Archaeologist Larry Todd, with Greybull River Sustainable Landscape Ecology, discusses the area’s past and the inventory techniques volunteers would use in the field when looking for evidence of the Nez Perce passage.
THERMOPOLIS — Archaeologist Larry Todd wasn’t aware when growing up in Meeteetse that he lived just a few miles from Legend Rock, one of the most easily accessible, compelling and well-preserved petroglyph sites in the region.
Join archaeologist Larry Todd for a free slide lecture on a unique petroglyphs site at 11 a.m. May 22 at Meeteetse Museums, 1947 State St.
Researchers work during the early 1970s to excavate the remains of a mammoth at the Colby site, near Worland. Archaeologists Larry Todd and George C. Frison found evidence that ancient people may have used the site to store meat for later use.
POWELL - "How do you kill a mammoth with a sharp rock on a stick?" asked archaeologist Larry Todd.