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Finding Friends in Low Places
Aaron Wright, Preservation Archaeologist (April 3, 2020)—This marks my twentieth year as a practicing professional archaeologist. As many people do when they reach such a milestone, I’ve been looking back on my career, remembering the ups and downs and reminiscing about the highs and lows. ...
Final Management Plans for Reduced Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante Open Lands to Extraction
Final Management Plans for Reduced Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante Open Lands to Extraction Thursday the Trump administration announced it was opening two national monuments to development. The culturally and geologically significant Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante monuments will ...
Remembering Raymond H. Thompson (1924–2020)
Remembering Raymond H. Thompson (1924–2020) Raymond Harris Thompson, Jr., PhD, director emeritus of the Arizona State Museum (ASM), former head of the Department of Anthropology, and professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of Arizona (UA), died peacefully on January 29 in Tucson, sur...
Arizona Republic Declares Sonoran Desert Heritage Proposal Worth Supporting
Arizona Republic Declares Sonoran Desert Heritage Proposal Worth Supporting Mix together the military, wildlife, petroglyphs, tourism, the desert and economic development . . . and you have one amazing idea. It's called the Sonoran Desert Heritage Proposal, and if approved by Congress, it would p...