Discovery of the Holocene archaeological site Gobero in 2000 marked the beginning of my archaeological research into by far the richest archaeological site in all of the Sahara during Early and Middle Holocene time (~10,000-5,000 BP) during the African Humid Period. More than 100 burials were excavated and thousands of artifacts and faunal remains were collected and set into a detailed geologic and chronologic setting has revelaed a unique archaeological story: sustained, sedentary hunter-fisher-gathering supported by freshwater springs in a Green Sahara.