Tag Archives: BLM

Sun Advocate – Contributors to offer reward for info on 9 Mile vandalism – October 6, 2011

Contributors to offer reward for info on 9 Mile vandalism Print Page Email Page Share Get Reprints By JOHN SERFUSTINI Sun Advocate associate editor Several companies and organizations interested in protecting the archaeology of Nine Mile Canyon against vandalism have … Continue reading

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Today’s Photo: Not a photo at all…

Located “somewhere” in the Cisco Desert, Utah.

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201109117211 | BLM archaeologists unearth significant find in NCA

Debated posting the link to this article due to an interesting statement/possible typo by the author (the Fremont were Caucasian? Who Knew?!?), but it is an exciting find and worth a read: Delta County Independent The Gunnison Gorge National Conservation … Continue reading

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Today’s Photo: Mask in Grand Gulch

This handsome fellow is tucked away in an alcove, in a small tributary to Grand Gulch, San Juan County, Utah.

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Today’s Photo: Hand print in Butler Wash

Handprint Hand-print located in “Ballroom Cave”, Butler Wash, San Juan County, Utah.

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BLM inventory | The Salt Lake Tribune

Great editorial.  Doesn’t even address the impacts to archaeological resources located in remote areas. …Energy development and mining also evolve, both in their ability to reach scenic lands and the economic feasibility of mining or drilling in remote areas when … Continue reading

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Roadside Ruins ie. Drive-by Archaeology…

I’ve had people ask me if there are any archaeological sites to visit that don’t require “hiking”.  My first instinct is to ask “Why wouldn’t you want to take a nice hike?  That’s part of the fun!”  Well, for many, hiking isn’t … Continue reading

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