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Federal agencies, tribes work to save ancient art in Umpqua River basin

...been riddled with bullet holes. Debra Barner, Forest Service archaeologist, has been studying sites in the Umpqua National Forest and fears the repercussions for vandalizing, stealing and destroying archaeological sites are not severe enough...

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