RSVP for one or more days.
Each day starts at 7am at the Howard Hughes Corp.
10845 Griffith Peak Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89135.
Little Red Rocks, not to be mistaken for Red Rock, is located on the northwest side of the Las Vegas Valley. The area contains number of petroglyph panels, roasting pits, and other features. For decades, the site has been a magnet for vandalism and is covered with graffiti including a lot of spray paint.
The Howard Hughes Corp owns the area and is responsible for its maintenance. Knight and Leavitt, a Cultural Resource Management (CRM) firm monitors the area quarterly. Logan Simpson, another CRM firm has been hired to teach graffiti removal at the site. They have worked with the local tribes and there will be tribal monitors overseeing the removal process.
This is a good opportunity to learn how to remove graffiti and to make an impact by cleaning up an important cultural site. Transportation will be arranged and supplies will be provided.
Note: We will be hiking short distances on uneven terrain and carrying supplies to the graffiti removal sites. This is a physical activity with a lot of scrubbing and the potential use of chemicals to break down old spray paint. There are no amenities (water, restrooms, etc.) at the site. Participants are responsible for dressing appropriately for the weather and bringing personal supplies like food, water, and sunscreen. More details about the days will be shared as soon as NVFCP learns more.
Feel free to contact Rayette Martin with any questions at [email protected].
NVFCP will contact each RSVP individually before the event. You must get an email or phone confirmation from Rayette before the event.