archaeology

mypubliclands / Creative Commons

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center near Cortez has weighed in against proposed changes to national monuments, including Bears Ears in Southeast Utah.

Wing-Chi Poon / Creative Commons

Archaeology in Southwestern Colorado may bring to mind pot sherds, prehistoric walls, or the mass migration of people out of Southwestern Colorado in the 13th century. But a new study at the University of Colorado at Boulder adds turkeys to that list. To learn more, KSJD’s Austin Cope talked with CU Boulder Archaeologist Scott Ortman, one of the study’s authors, and a former researcher at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center in Cortez. Click below to listen to a web-only extended version of the interview.

Austin Cope / KSJD

Construction is about to begin on a new, $6.5 million elementary school in Bluff, Utah, but questions linger about its proximity to an ancient burial site.

Alex G. / Creative Commons

In this episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, host Kellie Pettyjohn visits with Leigh Kuwanwisiwma, Director of the Hopi Cultural Preservation Office, about the scientific and cultural topics that are being addressed at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center's Pueblo Farming Project.

Author Craig Childs on "Waking The Mammoth"

Sep 14, 2016
mynameisgeebs / Creative Commons

The film "Waking The Mammoth", which documents and honors the mammoths and ancient peoples that roamed North America tens of thousands of years ago, has raised new questions about human relationships to the environment through time.

Pages