Imagine that you are a chimpanzee foraging in the doum palm forest by the Turkwel River, and that you have all the palm nuts high up in the trees, what would you do to get them? That was exactly the question our field school students have to think about at the beginning of the Archeology module! In this module of the Fall 2015 Origins Field School, we are with Dr. Sonia Harmand from Stony Brook University. Dr. Harmand is one of the co-directors of the West Turkana Archaeological Project (WTAP). She has been working on the west side of Lake Turkana for several years and has taught the Archaeology module many times. Earlier this year, she and her colleagues published in Nature the discovery of the earliest known stone tool technology about 3.3 million years old. Students are going to learn what is unique about the earliest known tool making techniques with Dr. Harmand. Stay tuned!