Take networking to the next level at this one-of-a-kind, experiential event that combines exploration with fun in the company of curious, high-energy business professionals.
Enjoy beer, wine, and hors d'oeuvres as we learn the history of the park, dig for fossils, and network!
Fossils are 65-million years old, and participants who successfully dig one up are allowed to take it home.
Dress is casual.
About the Edelman Fossil Park:
Located in South Jersey, the cradle of dinosaur paleontology, the Edelman Fossil Park in Mantua Township, N.J., contains thousands of fossils dating back 65 million years.
The park provides researchers with the best window, east of the Mississippi, into the Cretaceous Period - the heyday of the dinosaurs.
Fossils found at the site, include, among others, marine snails, brachiopods, bryozoan colonies, shark teeth, boney fish, sea turtles, marine crocodiles and mosasaurs.
Dr. Lacovara's team is analyzing the fossils, the sediments and the geochemistry of the site to gain a clearer picture of the period when dinosaurs roamed the Earth.