Jennifer Huang has lived in Boise since 2004, and has worked as an archaeologist with the Bureau of Reclamation since receiving her Master's degree in anthropology from Arizona State University in 2006. Her free time is spent cavorting with her two adorable and/or smarty-pants kids, doing rock-art research, and a little writing on the side.
Idaho Fossils Get 3D Imaging By Jennifer Huang I didn’t have a pleasant death. I only needed a drink of water. But I was old and tired and just wanted to take the shortest path to the water’s edge. The … Continue reading →
At Low Water Levels, a Stunning Find By Jennifer Huang Photos by David Walsh, USBR Standing on top of the cliff, I realized I was shivering. A crisp breeze raced across the glassy reservoir below, and I was not dressed … Continue reading →