Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'permit'.
Over the last year, I have really been enjoying collecting fossils in the rivers. I understand that you are not allowed to collect in the area inside a public state park. However, I'm trying to understand if I'm allowed to collect in a river that is in or borders a county park. I think the answer is yes, but I thought someone on here might no better. Thanks,
I thought I would share this info for those in Saskatchewan, Canada, wondering about the permit required to legally collect fossils in this province. I requested information from the provincial government, and this is what I have been provided with: A permit is required for collecting fossils in Saskatchewan. The “Palaeontological Avocational Applications” can be found here: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/parks-culture-heritage-and-sport/heritage-conservation-and-commemoration/archaeology/palaeontological-avocational-applications On this webpage, you will
Hey everyone! I teach a paleontology class and I'd like to lead a fossil collecting class trip to Ramanessin Brook in New Jersey. Since I'm bringing a group that's more than 15 students would I need to obtain a permit? I know this is the case for Big Brook. Thanks for your help!
With the designation of two new national monuments, several fossil and mineral localities have been barred from collection. In light of this, is there a way for amateur collectors to gain access to fossil hunting in these places? What does having a permit entail and require?