Telluride Inside... And Out: Crow Canyon Field Work

Continuing the series on Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Telluride Inside… and Out had the opportunity to speak with Grant Coffey, Crow Canyon’s Project Director at the Goodman Point unit. Coffey discusses the field work which has uncovered so much information about the early Puebloan occupation of the Mesa Verde region in southwest Colorado.

The Crow Canyon campus is located a few miles outside of Cortez, Colorado, in sight of both Mesa Verde and the mountain to the south of Cortez known as Sleeping Ute. The posting of this series of articles coincides with the June 16th visit to Crow Canyon by a group of Telluride folks, a cooperative event by Crow Canyon and the Telluride Historical Museum.

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Clint Viebrock

Clint Viebrock

Clint is TIO’s Publisher and a staff writer. Clint first arrived in town in 1985 just to check out the views, spent most of his life as “CEO” of a giant business, a 747-400 airplane in the Northwest fleet. Since his retirement in 1998, Clint has taught for the Telluride Adaptive Sports Program.

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