Archaeology for a Changing Colorado: The Benefits of Archaeology and Cultural Landscape Preservation

A session by Katie Arntzen, Matt Goebel, Dr. Holly Norton and Dr. Shirley Powell
Clarion Associates, Colorado Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation and Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

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Archaeology for a Changing Colorado, a follow-up study to the state’s report on the economic benefits of historic preservation (Preservation for a Changing Colorado), informs about the economic, social, and environmental impacts archaeology has in our state. Join project collaborators to discover key findings and to learn how to use the results to advocate for archaeology in Colorado.

Colorado is home to some of the most culturally sensitive, scientifically significant, and beautiful archaeological sites in the world, including world heritage sites, national monuments, and national parks—plus tens of thousands of undiscovered sites. Join project collaborators to discover key findings and learn how to use them to advocate for archaeology in Colorado.

The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Colorado’s State Historic Preservation Office, and Clarion Associates, LLC, collaborated to complete a state-wide study funded by the History Colorado – State Historical Fund. Archaeology for a Changing Colorado, a follow-up study to the state’s report on the economic benefits of historic preservation, Preservation for a Changing Colorado, informs about the economic, social, and environmental impacts archaeology has in our state.