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'Quenching Our Thirst' project receives grant

 

Last updated 5/1/2008 at Noon



ESCONDIDO — The San Diego Archaeological Center announces the award of a $10,000 grant from County Supervisor Pam Slater-Price’s Community Projects Grant Program to support a portion of a new project, “Quenching Our Thirst: Culture, Environment and Change.”

This traveling exhibit, educational program and public awareness campaign explores the marked transformation in the archaeological record that has occurred due to our need to “quench our thirst.” The central theme of the project focuses on the fact that one billion water bottles are thrown away in California each year and th...



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