WHAT TO EXPECT

Excavating Adventures products are all poured by hand and most excavations are made to order. We seek out and source amazing and unique specimens that you will not find in the mass produced kits that are readily available in stores and online. 
 
We like to think up and create super cool limited edition excavations often that we make in batches almost like a bakery. Once these are gone they are usually gone for good. Be sure to join our mailing list so you will know when we have cool new stuff coming out!
 
Speaking of our mailing list, you will really want to join because we often send exclusive $1 deals out to our email subscribers.
 
We also regularly add fun and easy do-it-yourself excavation tutorials on our blog. You can check the blog regularly for new ideas or explore some of our older posts. Follow us on social media as well to be the first to see our newest DIY excavation ideas that are great for birthdays, classrooms, or just for a fun activity. We are also adding lots of informative excavation tutorials on YouTube so be sure to subscribe to our channel.
 
You can also expect that we are constantly working to improve our excavation products and kits. While we are always on the hunt for new specimens, we are also working to improve the overall Excavating Adventures experience. Our product improvement roadmap includes things such as an expansion of our free Digital Dig program, the inclusion of instructional videos, additional passport sticker opportunities, sticker sheets, adventure guides, Excavating Adventures swag, specimen labels and much, much more!
 
For subscribers: Each month you can expect a new and exciting adventure that includes the following and more:
 
 
EXCAVATING ADVENTURES EXTREME
 
 
- One excavation
- Excavation tools
- Ten new specimens
- Ten informative and collectible trading cards 
- One specimen display box 
- One binder sheet to store and display your new trading cards
- One passport sticker
- One Excavating Adventures sticker
- Redeemable points on trading cards and adventure cards that can be exchanged for Excavating Adventures gear
- A mystery item (just for fun!)
 
 
 
EXCAVATING ADVENTURES COLLECTOR
 
 
- One excavation
- Excavation tools
- Five new specimens
- Five informative and collectible trading cards 
- One storage tin
- One Excavating Adventures sticker
- Redeemable points on trading cards that can be exchanged for Excavating Adventures products and gear
- A mystery item (just for fun!)
 
 
EXCAVATING ADVENTURES EXPLORER
 
 
- One excavation
- Excavation tools
- One new specimen
- One informative and collectible trading card
- One storage tin
- One Excavating Adventures sticker
- Redeemable points on trading card that can be exchanged for Excavating Adventures products and gear
- A mystery item (just for fun!)
 
 
EXCAVATING ADVENTURES MINI DIGS
 
 
- One excavation
- Excavation tools
- One new specimen
- One informative and collectible trading card
- One storage tin
- One Excavating Adventures sticker
- Redeemable points on trading card that can be exchanged for Excavating Adventures products and gear
- A mystery item (just for fun!)
 
 
 HERE IS HOW AN EXCAVATING ADVENTURES SUBSCRIPTION WORKS: 
  

1. Subscribe for any of our awesome Excavating Adventure subscriptions and enjoy free shipping in the US. There is no obligation and you can cancel anytime.

2. Receive your first Excavating Adventure in the mail.

3. Excavate and discover amazing new specimens each month by chiseling away plaster blocks in search of the awesome items inside. 

4. Identify your new rocks, minerals, fossils, shells and more with the trading card for each specimen. 

5. Log your specimens online and collect the points on each card. Points can be redeemed for even more Excavating Adventures products and awesome gear. 

6. Collect your specimens.

7. Wait for your next amazing Excavating Adventure to arrive in the mail!

 
 

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Digital Dig Blue Calcite

Calcite is found in virtually every country. The most important source for blue calcite is in Madagascar.