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Trackhoes and Trowels: How road builders and archaeologists are teaming up in Nine Mile Canyon

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A concrete blanket is draped over the hillside near the famous Cottowood Panel protects the Cottonwood Village above from erosion. The cost of diverting the road and building the blanket was $80,000.

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