“Once it’s gone, it’s gone forever; it can never be recovered again,” said archaeologist Carolyn Buff of the Natrona County Historic Preservation Commission.
“There’s a reason for doing archaeology — to find out how ancient people lived, what they lived on, why they did the things they did,” Buff said. “What value do you put on your heritage?”
Buff, Coroner Connie Jacobson and Fort Caspar Museum Director Rick Young met with the Natrona County commissioners on Tuesday to propose guidelines for developers if and when the remains of the past are unearthed.
April 27, 2011
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