JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Students from several different Jamestown Schools came to the Buffalo Museum to learn about the history of the area in a first ever education day May 2nd.
Students were met with several stations that included information on the science of teepee design, prairie grasslands, the bison bone puzzle, buffalo hunters on the plains, and setting up a teepee. Dani Stuckle is the Program Committee Chair at the museum and helped organize the event.
Stuckle says they really wanted to use the education day as an opportunity to focus on what modern bison ranchers are doing to repopulate the herd numbers.
Two seperate groups of students were brought to the museum throughout the day.
Below are some photos and video from the day.
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