According to Jessica Crawford, southeastern regional director of the Archaeological Conservancy, "The biggest problem is keeping people from going over there.
"If someone wants to visit the site," says Crawford
can get pre-arranged permission.
With approval from the
Conservancy, a local site steward can take individuals or groups to visit Stallings Island, though on the surface there's little to see.
"There's nothing to do but walk around and look," Crawford
"It would have been a shame if all of Stallings Island had been excavated that first time and nothing was left to benefit from more modern and progressive research tools," says Crawford
says the site has more to reveal, but agrees with Crawford
that urgency is not necessary.