New Colorado development allows homeowners archeological excavation rights on their property

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The homeowners’ association covenants allow residents to excavate on their land under the supervision of a professional archaeologist

June 22, 2015

In what has been called the first archaeological subdivision in America, the owner of each 35-acre plot is guaranteed that his or her property contains archaeological sites. The homeowners’ association covenants allow residents to excavate on their land under the supervision of a professional archaeologist. Most of the sites are between 800 and 1,500 years old. The development, called Indian Camp Ranch, advertises its archaeological richness as a selling point.

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