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Support the Excavation of the KU T. rex in Montana

$15,520
107%
Raised toward our $14,500 Goal
51 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on June 05, at 11:59 PM CDT
Project Owners

Charles L. and Diane Paris

Frickey

$150

Jun 19, 2017

Norman

Onnen

$150

Jun 19, 2017

Richard

Glor

$15

Jun 05, 2017

Alec

Miller

$25

Jun 05, 2017

Anonymous

$100

Jun 04, 2017

MICHAEL

REID

$25

Jun 04, 2017

Steve

Hill

$50

Jun 02, 2017

Eric

Rickart

$100

Jun 01, 2017

John

Doveton

$100

Jun 01, 2017

Jill

Hummels

$100

Jun 01, 2017

Max

Thompson

$100

Jun 01, 2017

Anonymous

$100

May 26, 2017

Kurt

Schueler

$100

May 24, 2017

Michael

Steinle

$400

May 24, 2017

Christy

Imel

$40

May 21, 2017

Dee

Steinle

$100

May 21, 2017

Bruce & Judith

Wake

$100

May 18, 2017

John

Schukman

$50

May 17, 2017

Ruth

Lichtwardt

May 14, 2017

Janet Martin

McKinney

$500

May 12, 2017

Bill and Judy Harris

Reetz

$500

May 11, 2017

Carol

Shankel

$200

May 10, 2017

Colette

Kocour

$100

May 10, 2017

Scott

Borchardt

$50

May 09, 2017

Annka

Liepold

$25

May 09, 2017
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$15

Every Gift Matters

This is your chance to say that you helped send a paleontology team from KU to Montana to collect a Tyrannosaurus rex — and bring it home to the KU Natural History Museum.

$25

Brush the Dirt Aside

Did you know that Barnum Brown, the paleontologist credited with discovering a T. rex in the Hell Creek formation in the 1800s, was a KU alumnus? Help send a team of KU scientists and students to follow in his footsteps.

$100

Bring a Chisel

Paleontology is often putting together the pieces of a puzzle. Help us chip away at this puzzle and bring home more of this amazing fossil.

$250

Make a Plaster Jacket

Imagine being a KU student who gets to go to Montana to bring back parts of a T. rex. Your gift will give students a field experience of excavating and preparing fossil material that they won’t forget.

$500

Dig into the Fossil Layer

This year, we will hire a backhoe operator to remove more of top of the hill at our dig site, down to the fossil layer. Help us dig deeper and bring the T. rex fossil back to KU.

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