CPRA Newsletter
Coalition to Preserve Rock Art Brochure
Recording and Caring for Rock Art
Recording Procedures
Bluff-Blanding Artifacts
Coalition Member Forms


Coalition to Preserve Rock Art

The primary objectives of the Coalition to Preserve are to prevent damage, educate and train visitors, and notify that damage is not condoned and punishable.

Preservation is critical for future study, research, and tribal reasons.

Awareness will identify the sacred aspects of the importance of Cultural Resources and enables our understanding of the past.

Education of primary school, secondary school students coupled with increased communication with other groups (Archaeology, ATV, Hiking, Paintball and other associated groups) should increase awareness and help prevent damage.

We also hope to get local Native American tribes interested in the Coalition to Preserve Rock Art.  In addition we will soon have "link exchange" with a number of Rock Art and Archaeology societies.

Membership is free.  We presently have over 150 members including international members.  More information will be available in various sections of www.exploringrockart.com and coalitiontopreserverockart.blogspot.com.


An original brochure is shown below.









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