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Grad student Chelle Haynes wins prize at American Bar Association Endangered Species Act Writing Competition

Graduate student Chelle Haynes won 3rd place and a $500 prize for her paper “Creative Use of the Endangered Species Act to Aid in Cultural Resource Protection” in this year’s American Bar Association Endangered Species Act Writing Competition.

Her research focused on how an under-utilized environment law in cultural resource contexts, like the Endangered Species Act (ESA), can be applied creatively to protect archaeological sites outside the scope of other CRM laws.

Congratulations, Chelle!