Native American Human Remains & Artifacts

Lisa Marie Coppoletta, a community organizer and environmental activist, sifts through dirt Oct. 27 in search of artifacts at her San Marcos home.

Lisa Marie Coppoletta, a community organizer and environmental activist, sifts through dirt Oct. 27 in search of artifacts at her San Marcos home.

AWESOME FEATURE here of photos while digging at my house


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Many citizens believe an ancient Native American burial site is located at the Woodlands development area, said Lisa Marie Coppoletta, self-described community organizer, environmental activist and San Marcos resident. Archaeologists cannot yet confirm the existence of human burials, but experts believe the Woodlands property, formerly known as Cape’s Camp, on River Road between the IH-35 access road and Cape Road likely contains a significant number of artifacts, Coppoletta said.

Concerned citizens are unsatisfied with the number and quality of archaeological surveys performed by Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., a company hired by the property’s developers, Dovetail Developments, she said.

I have delivered many speeches about the importance of Native American human remains and artifact protection.