This paper outlines how SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park in Dayton, Ohio can be used as a model for applying archaeological data to current environmental problems by combining archaeology with restoration and historical ecology.  It is a vision of how we can see archaeological sites as dynamic landscapes which form an integral part of our modern world rather than static museum exhibits.  It is also an exploration of how we can see archaeological sites not only as cultural heritage but as natural resources which can give us hints of alternative human land and resource use patterns throughout time.

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