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Stewardship Day 2017

March 16, 2017 | | by Jamie Stott

Nine Mile Canyon Stewardship Day 2016 That’s right! The fourth annual Nine Mile Canyon Stewardship Day is coming right up! Mark your calendar for Saturday September 16th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. About: This is a free event, where we invite the public to come down and tour the world famous Nine Mile Canyon […]

Project Discovery | From the Students – What I Learned

September 13, 2016 | | by Jamie Stott

I’ve been sitting on this footage for two years and finally got around to putting it together. As an instructor I’d like to think that what I’m doing is having some sort of effect or impact on my students, and after watching these clips I feel totally validated. Each student has a different experience or […]

Nine Mile Canyon Stewardship Day 2015

June 15, 2015 | | by Jamie Stott

 NINE MILE CANYON STEWARDSHIP DAY DETAILS & FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:  Q. How do I get to Nine Mile Canyon? | En Nine Mile Canyon A. We have provided maps below. It takes about 2 hours to get from Salt Lake City to the Walkers Chevron in Wellington. And from Walkers Chevron in Wellington to the beginning of […]

Zinj Magazine No. 5

From the Archives: Zinj Magazine No. 5

April 14, 2015 | | by Jamie Stott

As a result of my many public outreach and education endeavors, I happened across some old issues of Zinj Magazine. I was beyond excited when one of the Editors, Kevin Jones, gave me permission to share them with y’all via my website. So…what is Zinj Magazine? Its a teaching and entertainment tool for youth that’s […]

Zinj Magazine No. 4

From the Archives: Zinj Magazine No. 4

April 7, 2015 | | by Jamie Stott

As a result of my many public outreach and education endeavors, I happened across some old issues of Zinj Magazine. I was beyond excited when one of the Editors, Kevin Jones, gave me permission to share them with y’all via my website. So…what is Zinj Magazine? Its a teaching and entertainment tool for youth that’s […]

Zinj Magazine No. 3

From the Archives: Zinj Magazine No. 3

March 31, 2015 | | by Jamie Stott

As a result of my many public outreach and education endeavors, I happened across some old issues of Zinj Magazine. I was beyond excited when one of the Editors, Kevin Jones, gave me permission to share them with y’all via my website. So…what is Zinj Magazine? Its a teaching and entertainment tool for youth that’s […]

Zinj Magazine No. 1

From The Archives: Zinj Magazine No. 1

March 24, 2015 | | by Jamie Stott

As a result of my many public outreach and education endeavors, I happened across some old issues of Zinj Magazine. I was beyond excited when one of the Editors, Kevin Jones, gave me permission to share them with y’all via my website. So…what is Zinj Magazine? Its a teaching and entertainment tool for youth that’s […]

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My Interview on Archaeology Podcast Network

December 9, 2014 | | by Jamie Stott

A colleague of mine, Chris Webster, is starting up a new podcast network for archaeologists…aptly named The Archaeology Podcast Network. He created a series titled, “Profiles in CRM”, where he interviews archaeological professionals. I was so stoked when he asked me to be on the show, and even more stoked to find out that I […]

Really Gotta Wanna

Really Gotta Wanna: A Snowboarding Documentary Review

December 4, 2014 | | by Jamie Stott

It’s been a hot minute since I’ve gotten a chance to write about snowboarding. I was really excited when Slug Magazine asked me to review the documentary Really Gotta Wanna. The entire film was shot by pro rider, Seth Hill, so it feels very authentic. However, whenever a cool project pops up, you can almost guarantee […]

Nine Mile Canyon Stewardship Day

August 27, 2014 | | by Jamie Stott

NINE MILE CANYON STEWARDSHIP DAY DETAILS & FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:  Q. What is Project Discovery? | ¿Qué es Project Discovery? A. Project Discovery is a non-profit, grant-funded program where high school students in Utah receive a rare and exciting opportunity to work alongside professional archaeologists, scientists, and people passionate about the environment and Utah’s unique history. In June, […]

Archaeology Teaching Lab: Environment & Vegetation

May 7, 2014 | | by Jamie Stott

NOTE TO EDUCATORS: the plants used in this presentation are specific to Utah and more widely, the Great Basin.  As mentioned in a previous post, I am now the Program Archaeologist for Project Discovery. Over next few months I will be using grant money to put together a series of presentations designed to educate students about […]

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Archaeology Teaching Lab: Rocks & Flint Knapping

May 7, 2014 | | by Jamie Stott

NOTE TO EDUCATORS: the rock material types used in this presentation are specific to Utah and more widely, the Great Basin.  As mentioned in a previous post, I am now the Program Archaeologist for Project Discovery. Over next few months I will be using grant money to put together a series of presentations designed to educate […]

Archaeology Teaching Lab: Rock Art

May 7, 2014 | | by Jamie Stott

As mentioned in a previous post, I am now the Program Archaeologist for Project Discovery. Over next few months I will be using grant money to put together a series of presentations designed to educate students about all aspects of archaeology. A lot of time and effort are going into these presentations and there is no […]

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Archaeology Teaching Lab: People & Artifacts

March 6, 2014 | | by Jamie Stott

NOTE TO EDUCATORS: the artifacts and peoples used in this presentation are specific to Utah and more widely, the Great Basin.  As mentioned in a previous post, I am now the Program Archaeologist for Project Discovery. Over next few months I will be using grant money to put together a series of presentations designed to […]

Levi Black and other snowboarders walk back to the top of the course. Photo: Paul Johns via www.slugmag.com

SLUG Games Goes Postal Presented by Scion

February 19, 2014 | | by Jamie Stott

I’ve had my fair share of covering some awesome winter sports stories, but this was definitely one of the most fun experiences I’ve had all winter! On Saturday February 15th, I headed up Big Cottonwood Canyon for SLUG Mag’s annual rail jam held at Brighton Resort. The day was perfect, there were good tunes being […]

Parker Cook

SLUG Mag Caved and Put Me In Print. Check Out My Interview with Pro Skier: Parker Cook

February 7, 2014 | | by Jamie Stott

I’ve had plenty of web coverage for my stories, but this is the first time I’ve been fortunate enough to get my words chucked into print. It’s a really cool feeling and I’m super excited to share this story with you! I interviewed Parker Cook, a local professional skier and craftsman who is an all […]

Project Discovery

Kicking Off Project Discovery

January 23, 2014 | | by Jamie Stott

I am so excited to announce that I will be the lead archaeologist involved with the 2014 Project Discovery program! For those of you who don’t know, Project Discovery is a non-profit education program that reaches out to high-school age students in Utah who are interested in archaeology. This year we will be conducting six after-school labs designed to […]

Cam Pierce. Photo Credit: Cam Pierce via Instagram

Podcast Interview with 686 & Endeavor Team Rider Cam Pierce

January 5, 2014 | | by Jamie Stott

Happy 2014 everyone! Hope y’all had an amazing New Years and are as excited for 2014 as I am! Snow season is in full effect and I have had some amazing opportunities to talk with some of the best names in the industry. Just before Christmas I had a pow wow with professional snowboarder and […]

Torah Bright. Photo Credit: Alli Sports.

Interview with Olympic Gold Medalist: Torah Bright

December 18, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

Last Thursday was pretty neat for me. I got to chat it up with Aussie snowboarder extraordinaire, Torah Bright. I was excited to talk with Torah for a few reasons…first because she’s an amazing female athlete, second because she’s an Aussie and I have a soft spot for all things Australian, and third because well…she’s […]

Ryan Hudson. Photo Credit: Ryan Hudson via www.facebook.com/AthleteRyanHudson

Podcast Interview with Snowboarder Ryan Hudson

December 10, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to sit down with snowboarder Ryan Hudson. Ryan is hands down one of the neatest people I’ve gotten to interview in a long time. I’d sum it up myself, but North Face already did a bang up job of it, click HERE to watch their video about […]

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Review of Gorging: A Canyoneering Documentary

November 22, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

On Wednesday this week I had the opportunity to attend a screening of the canyoneering documentary Gorging. I don’t know what I was expecting, but I was completely blown away! This film was a visually awesome and definitely spawned an urge for me to get out there and try canyoneering for myself. To read the review […]

Brock Butterfield. Photo credit: Ross Downard via BrockButterfield.com

Podcast Interview with Brock Butterfield

November 7, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

Hey guys! Hope y’all have been well. As for me, I’ve been busy lately writing and gearing up for the 2013/2014 snow season. A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to have the chance to interview professional snowboarder Brock Butterfield. He is a Utah local who is quickly establishing himself as a force to […]

Dopamine

My Review of Absinthe Films ‘Dopamine’

September 30, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

What are the odds that y’all like archaeology AND snowboarding? Lol, probably slim. But as it is, I happen to love both. Archaeology season is winding down but lucky for me, snow season is kicking off. Here is my latest review of Absinthe Films newest project, Dopamine. It features some awesome backcountry shots, and some nice Shazam-able songs. […]

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I Write Snowboarding Movie Reviews In My Spare Time

September 19, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

As some of you may know, I write for a local outfit called Salt Lake Underground Magazine. Why? Well because I love writing and we seemed like a good fit. I’m on their action-sports team and since winter is just around the corner, I’m going to be knee-deep in all sorts of fun local snow […]

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79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology

September 10, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

 I hope you are all as excited as I am for the upcoming meeting in Austin, Texas in April 2014! Just wanted to announce that I will be attending and will be presenting in the symposium “Heresy in the Tower: Archaeological fiction–a tool for the 21st Century”. I am thrilled to be a part of this […]

The Sandlot 20th Anniversary

Sandlot 20th Anniversary Event Recap

July 24, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

Ever watch The Sandlot as a kid? Wait, what am I thinking…hell yeah you did!   Check out my most recent piece all about it in SLUG Magazine! http://www.slugmag.com/articles/5873/Youre-Killing-Me-Smalls-Celebrating-the-20th-Anniversary-of-The-Sandlot.html?page=1  

Jamie Stott on YouTube

I’m on YouTube!

June 14, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

Hi guys! I just wanted to let y’all know that I now have my own YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/jamieclarkstott For the next few weeks I’ll be posting video blogs covering a variety of topics and frequently asked questions. If you have something that you’d like to know or want me to cover, just drop me a […]

Jamie Excavating in Range Creek

So You Want To Be An Archaeologist?

April 22, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

Forgot about this little gem. It was filmed back in 2009 for a segment I did with Time Team America. Its a short video about archaeology, what it takes to be one etc.  Click the photo to give it a watch 🙂

SLUG Magazine

I’m Now a Staff Writer For…

March 29, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

SLUG Magazine! Pretty stoked to join the amazing talent of Salt Lake Underground’s staff writer team. I’ll be sure to post links to any published articles I have in the future. In the mean time? I’m gonna go celebrate 🙂   Have a good weekend everybody!   -Jamie    

20 Things About Jamie

February 25, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

I ate some weird things while I lived in Australia. Most memorable being goanna, crocodile, emu, and kangaroo. I’m fairly certain I’m dating a real life version of Phil from Modern Family. Love you boyfriend 🙂 Turquoise is my favorite jewelry accessory My favorite spot for fieldwork is in Range Creek, Utah. I love to swear […]

Woohoo for Websites!

February 18, 2013 | | by Jamie Stott

Let me be the first to say…. WELCOME TO MY SITE!!!! Super stoked to have this finally up and running! I am so excited to be here and cant wait to share my creative juicy-ness with you. Like the Home page said, I am working on my first fictional novel. I’ll post more information about The Book as it […]