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Anthony Boucher has 9 years of archaeological experience working in Florida and Georgia. He has helped run several archaeological field schools along the St. Johns River and the Lower Suwannee. Additionally, he has taught at the university level, written site and technical reports, and performed all phases of field work. Recently, Mr. Boucher completed an internship with the Heritage Department at the Osceola National Forest with the United States Department of Agriculture. During his time there, he was trained in federal procedures dealing with archaeological projects, contracting, and tribal relations for the Forest Service.


Anthony received his B.A. and M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Florida. While at the University of Florida, his research focused on coastal, shell mound and landscape archaeology, specifically investigating the practices of past people’s everyday lives and their interactions with their local landscapes. Anthony’s current role at TerraX includes directing crews on field expeditions and assisting in technical report writing.

Anthony Boucher

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