The majority of the botanical remains (olive pits, nutshells, seeds, leaves, etc.) have only recently been analyzed. In consultation with paleobotantist Lee Newsom, it was decided that these specimens should be identified before any conservation treatments were applied. Therefore, all specimens were stored wet. To retard any fungal or bacterial decomposition the specimens were placed in refrigerated storage in a 20% solution of ethanol/D.I. water. Should these materials be displayed at a later time, selected specimens will be dehydrated and consolidated with a suitable resin such as PVA or acryloid B-72.