Northeastern Friends of the Pleistocene
background
The Northeastern is the original Friends of the Pleistocene group founded by Flint, Goldthwait, et al. in 1934.

Like the NEIGC, it's a "non-organization", with no dues or by-laws.

contact

Woodrow B. Thompson
NEFOP Secretary
Maine Geological Survey

John A. Rayburn
Webpage Coordinator
SUNY New Paltz

Guide books
Previous Years' Guidebooks
News
2022 Northeastern Friends of the Pleistocene
(83rd Annual Reunion and Field Conference)
When: June 3-5, 2022
Where: Moultonborough, New Hampshire

2022 Final Trip Announcement and Registration Form

 

 Approximately 85 Friends of the Pleistocene gathered in the gravel pit in the Eastham plain deposits (Stop 11), lower Cape Cod, June 1, 2019

 Approximately 85 Friends of the Pleistocene gathered in the gravel pit in the Eastham plain deposits (Stop 11), lower Cape Cod, June 1, 2019

                   

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