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This article was published in 2021.

We are pleased to announce The Archaeological Conservancy and our partners at Crow Canyon won the Stephen H. Hart Award for Historic Preservation from History Colorado for the Haynie Pueblo Archaeological Preserve!

This significant project received more than 48 percent of the vote with over 1,600 votes cast! We are honored to receive this prestigious award that recognizes excellence in archaeology and historic preservation projects from across the state of Colorado.

Thank you to everyone who voted!

Haynie Pueblo, which was occupied between A.D. 500-1280, contains two massive, multi-storied Chacoan Great Houses as well as other masonry architecture, kivas, pithouses and dense trash middens. The five-acre site is located in the heart of the Mesa Verde archaeological region in southwest Colorado.