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The Mammoth Site is truly a gift from nature. We would diminish ourselves if we failed to perceive the historical and scientific value of this discovery. As a Non-Profit 501 (c)(3) organization, our preservation, education and research programs are primarily funded through admissions, memberships, donations and grants.


Building and Grounds
42″ Wood Lathe

Research Lab
Metal Bookshelves

Front Desk/Gift Shop
Stool (Bar Stool Type)

Binocular Microscope(S) on boom arm
Aven – ProVue 3-Diopter 5″ Illuminated Fluorescent Magnifier with 45″ Arm and Clamp Base (2)
Air Scribe Me-9100 with Set of Styluses
Micro Jack MJT5 with Extra- Stylus
Three- Tier Plastic Utility Cart(S) With “All Wheels Turn”
Micro Blaster Mb 1002
Ethafoam in Unlimited Sizes
Avizo 3D Bone Mapping Software
Agisoft PhotoScan Professional Edition Software

Large Capacity Paper Shredder
Paper Cutter with Square Grid-lines
Digital Video Camcorder to record events

Fireproof (Steel) Closed Shelves for Books
VHS to DVD Converter
Cassette Tape to Digital Converter
Book – Materials for Conservation by, C V Horie

4′ x 8′ Whiteboard
Crack Monitor Gauge
Jeweler’s Light High-Powered Magnifier Visor x2
Trimble SX10 Scanning Total Station
Trimble Tablet PC
ArcGIS Pro w/ 3D analyst package
 Copy Stand (for research lab)
 Trimble ZX5 drone
 Artec Handheld Scanner (Eva or Space Spider)
 HOBO Data Loggers (x3)

Remember if you purchase the item from they make a donation to the Mammoth Site as well.