The life of an archeologist must be so interesting. Digging up old artifacts and discovering how people used to live is utterly fascinating. Back in 2008 when archeologists went on a dig at the ‘First Nations Menominee Reservation’ in Wisconsin they unearthed a small 800-year-old clay pot. This was interesting, however, the contents were even more so.
Ancient squash seeds were discovered and years later were planted by some students. Thankfully for everyone involved, they grew! The squash has been named ‘Gete-okosomin’ and students are working hard to cultivate the vegetable so people can enjoy it for years to come. Incredible!