Ancestral Dwelling

Bears Ears National Monument, Utah

This Ancestral Dwelling, deep in a Cedar Mesa canyon, and with its dramatic roof and stone blocks scattered across the alcove floor, is a stunning Ancestral Puebloan site.The Ancient Ones made a living here for 12,000 years, inventing irrigation to grow corn, beans, and squash; ultimately leaving southwest canyons during a prolonged period of drought and food shortages. Bears Ears still holds the history of these ancient people, but for how long without protection?
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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