Feds blocks government archaeologists from speaking at a major science conference

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At a time when archaeological sites are a growing flashpoint in the debate over public lands, the Bureau of Land Management blocked at least 14 staff archaeologists and other specialists, including some from Utah, from attending a major scientific conference last month, a new report says.

The Washington Post reported that BLM staffers were scheduled to attend an April 14 gathering of the Society for American Archaeology, among the world’s largest organizations of professional archaeologists, in Washington, D.C., where they were to lead a symposium titled ‘Tough Issues in Land Management Archaeology.’

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  • Publisher: The Salt Lake Tribune
  • Date: 2018-05-12T12:05:44.075Z
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The best preserved of the seven Pueblo ruins that date to the 13th century called Cave Canyon Towers is photographed at Bears Ears National Monument on June 11, 2017 in Cedar Mesa, Utah. (Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)

The Bureau of Land Management blocked at least 14 of its staff archaeologists and other specialists from attending a major scientific conference this year, at a time when archeological sites have become a flashpoint in the debate over public lands protection.

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  • Publisher: investing.com
  • Date: 2018-05-11
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