Many different cultural findings were discovered during the environmental impact study in Parker. These findings include dwellings, rudimentary tools and even a child’s toy. It is assumed that these findings range in age from 2,000 to 8,000 years and belong to old civilizations of hunters and gatherers.
Also discovered were seven different burial sites in three locations. Two bodies were found and the coroner determined that they were not recently deceased. Archaeologists determined the bodies must belong to the Navajo tribe and a Pueblan chief claimed the remains and reburied them with their ancestors.
Additionally, two still intact ceremonial rings made of rocks were found as well as evidence of fire pits and pottery.
The findings are partially displayed at the Parker Water headquarters as well as on site to keep the integrity of it.