She worked as an archaeologist for nearly ten years throughout BC. Her job includes a strenuous fieldwork schedule, with often long days surveying proposed developments for indications of cultural use, such as culturally modified trees and other archaeology site types.
While Greg hangs his hat in Vancouver, British Columbia, he has worked and travelled from one end of the earth to the other. When not scouting for nifty historical objects, you will find him researching prehistoric tool use, the focus of his PH.D at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
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She primarily works around Southern Vancouver Island on private forest lands and for the Municipality of North Cowichan. Even staying primarily local, most of her work is remote, truly remote, meaning no cellular service and sometimes not even within radio contact. She wouldn’t call it extreme in terms of geographical challenges, but one has to be very prepared to work in a remote situation.
Caleb is an avid outdoorsman. He enjoys climbing, mountain biking, hiking, canoeing, and camping. When he is not out enjoying the outdoors you are likely to find him playing the bagpipes, piano, or guitar! Caleb has been providing us with valuable input on our product development from the very early stages of the company.