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Blog Archive: range creek

[image] My Introduction to Range Creek: A Greater Appreciation for Archaeology

My Introduction to Range Creek: A Greater Appreciation for Archaeology

Our executive director describes his first visit to the amazing field station in Range Creek Canyon.
[image] Behind the Scenes: What is Experimental Archaeology?

Behind the Scenes: What is Experimental Archaeology?

Efforts to recreate the past lead to some surprising discoveries.
[image] New Study Explores How Utah's Fremont Farmers Watered Their Crops

New Study Explores How Utah's Fremont Farmers Watered Their Crops

Research by NHMU archaeologists considers how Fremont people balanced the costs and benefits of watering crops.
[image] Hide Your Stuff in Plain Sight: Up a 1,000-Foot Rock Face

Hide Your Stuff in Plain Sight: Up a 1,000-Foot Rock Face

Our researchers seek to understand why Fremont Indian granaries in Range Creek are located far above the ground in hard-to-reach but easy-to-see locations. It turns out that high visibility can sometimes be a great deterrent to theft.
[image] Corn-Pone Tunes: Favorite Songs from Range Creek

Corn-Pone Tunes: Favorite Songs from Range Creek

Looking for a new playlist? Here's one from our Range Creek Field School, completely centered on their work with corn.