News from Neighboring States for March 23, 2018: Whoever is trying to buy drilling rights in an archaeologically rich corner of Utah canyon country, appear to be going to great lengths to hide their identity.

This prehistoric masonry structure, located near southeast Utah’s Recapture Canyon, is on on one of many parcels rich in archaeological resources that the Bureau of Land Management has leased for oil and gas development. At the BLM’s March 20 auction, Ayers Energy bought 19 of 21 leases contested by historic preservationists./ Photo courtesy of Josh Ewing, Friends of Cedar Mesa

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