Marcia Wright and Marge Fantozzi were a huge help in jacketing one of the mammoth/mastodon tusks.
Some of the crew
The names and faces listed here and elsewhere on this web site are the people who are making it possible for future generations to learn from our fascinating biological past. What they are uncovering will be donated to the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville for study, and the City of LaBelle for an exhibit. In that way, we all benefit.
We will be adding names and photos as we can. If you helped on this site and are not mentioned, please e-mail Mark Renz at firstname.lastname@example.org. To submit a photo by e-mail, please make it a JPEG and equivalent to a 4 x 6 inch print. If you send it too large or too small, re-sizing becomes a challenge with the antiquated equipment being used for this site. To mail a photo through the U.S. Postal Service, send it to Mark Renz, 213 Lincoln Ave., Lehigh Acres, FL 33972.
Contributors of time, sweat, muscle-aches, head-aches and a great sense of satisfaction (Listed alphabetically):
Mark Cantos and Claire ...
Susan Fink and Michelle ...
Al and Billie Freeman
Gumbo Limbo (Super Group)
Rhys and Brandy Llewellyn
Chis and Sheila McQuade
Joe Peterson and ...
Shone, Jared and Justin Phillips
Louis and Leslie Steiffel
Michael, Theresa, Josh and Paul VanBuskirk
Willie...(last name pending)
Mark Cantos and Chris McQuade with an average afternoon's finds.
Jared Phillips with part of a horse scapula he found.
Justin Phillips with a sloth or mammoth sacrum he found.
Joe Conover and Evan Smith working a section of the site.
Evan Smith with a calcaneum (heel bone) of a mammoth or sloth.
Matt Marsh with a camel cannon (toe) bone he found.
Michael Tyree and Tery Van Buskirk with their two sons Josh and Paul, manage to find horse and sloth material.
Susan Fink, Pat Fink and their friend Michelle ... work the wall.