Support the Mammoth Site
The Mammoth Site is truly a gift from nature; our inheritance held in trust for 26,000 years. We would diminish ourselves if we failed to perceive the historical and scientific value of this discovery. As a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization, our preservation, education and research programs are primarily funded through admission and your donation.
Internship Appeal: The Interns are Coming!!!
Each year the Mammoth Site brings up to 9 college students specializing in paleontology, geology, archaeology, anthropology, zoology and biology to learn about our wonderful fossils.
What do the interns do? They gain valuable field experience. Under the watchful eyes of Dr. Larry Agenbroad and staff, they work with the fossils learning excavation and laboratory procedures. They document new finds, catalog new material, monitor excavation activities, assist with educational programs, and guide visitors through the site.
The Mammoth Site provides housing, tools, and a wage for the 12 wks they are here.
9 interns = $1,200 a day
With your help we will be able to continue the internship program. Thank you.
OTHER GIVING OPPORTUNITIES
Building and Grounds | Education | Front Desk/Gift Shop | Lab | Office | Library
Annual Giving | Endowment | Planned Giving | Matching Gifts
Your pledge will ensure that our vision to share scientific knowledge with the public will be achieved!
Our Visitors Say It Best…
“The Mammoth Site is not just a window into the past—it’s as close to being a true time machine as you’ll find, with some of the best ice-age fossils on the planet on permanent display.”
Division of Vertebrate Zoology,
American Museum of Natural History, New York City
“The students examined fossil and non-fossil examples then made their own fossil imprints. The students had great fun and loved the activity.”
Savage Branch Library
Howard County, MD
“We used the Kindergarten through 5th grade kits for an evening program and presentation. The parents were very impressed and the teachers loved the completeness of the lesson plans. They were easy to work with also during class time.”
Meeker Elementary School District,