Sponsored by: Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve
In conjunction with the Archaeology Expo being held nearby, (historycolorado.org), the Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve (LSAP) will host talks and tours with atlatl tossing starting at 10:00 and 11:00am.
LSAP is an internationally significant archaeological site containing bone beds of extinct Ice Age animals and artifacts from later human occupation. Extinct Ice Age animals found at the site include over 30 Columbian Mammoths, the largest number known from any site in Colorado. It also contains the remains of Ice Age camels, horses, sloths, llamas, and wolves. The site contains what may be some of the best-preserved evidence of the earliest humans to live in the North American Continent. The artifacts left by humans indicate people hunted and camped around the spring for the past 9,000 years and possibly much longer.
Sign up for the 10:00 or 11:00 tour on eventbrite.com. You will be contacted with the location of the preserve which is on private property,