New Jersey Archaeology vs. Development NPR's Eric Westervelt reports on a controversy over the fate of 40 acres in northwestern New Jersey that archaeologists say contain a rich trove of relics from a series of American Indian tribes. Local officials want to turn the site along Black Creek in Vernon Township into a huge sports complex.
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NPR's Eric Westervelt reports on a controversy over the fate of 40 acres in northwestern New Jersey that archaeologists say contain a rich trove of relics from a series of American Indian tribes. Local officials want to turn the site along Black Creek in Vernon Township into a huge sports complex.