NM archaeologist receives preservation award

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – A New Mexico archaeologist who works for the Department of Game and Fish just won a major award.

Jack Young received the Heritage Preservation Award for his work at the Lake Roberts Wildlife Management Center.

Young was responsible for making sure two archaeological sites were protected during a dam improvement project.

The two sites include ancient pit houses, pottery and tools.

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