From our archives: In 2004 the Boundary End Center hosted a mini-conference on the ancient Maya Pre-Classic, attended by several distinguished archaeologists and friends. (Back row, left-to-right: Juan Antonio Valdes, Barbara Arroyo, Richard Hansen, Donald Forsyth, Fernando Robles, Nick Dunning. Front row: Julia Guernsey, Melinda Stuart, George Stuart, Bill Saturno, Kathryn Reese-Taylor, Karl Taube, David Stuart, Norman Hammond)
The location of the Boundary End in the heart of a region where a large number of environmental, cultural, and conservation issues are present also makes it a prime place for small-scale retreats and scholarly meetings and conferences on a variety of topics that include archaeology, botany, conservation biology, forestry, and geology. In addition, formal affiliations are planned with schools … Read More
Part of the grounds of Boundary End, with our stone circle and the Pisgah National Forest beyond.