More than 8,000 years before the pyramids were built and about 11,000 years before the cliff houses went up at Mesa Verde, humans took up residence under a rock overhang along the Gunnison River in an area now designated as part of the Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area.
The excavation of this site, known as the Eagle Rock Shelter, will be the focus of an upcoming CCA-sponsored public lecture by BLM Archaeologist Glade Hadden and you're invited!
Join us on Tuesday, March 7th at Two Rascals Brewing Company for this fun and interesting presentation!
Looking for more background on this site?
- Click here to access a recent radio interview between CPR host Ryan Warner, CCA Board President Bob Silbernagel, and BLM Archaeologist (and our presenter) Glade Hadden.
- Click here for a CCA-sponsored video that features Glade Hadden and provides tips for visiting historic sites without impacting the resource.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact CCA's Stewardship Coordinator Bry Kuhlman at email@example.com.