Do you drive into the backcountry to visit historic and prehistoric archaeological sites like mines, ghost towns, petroglyphs, and rock shelters?
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You can become an OHV Preservation Ambassador in 5 easy steps.
1. Get Educated
Complete our online training course. You will learn preservation laws, archaeologist tips on how to identify features at different archaeological sites, and methods for monitoring sites.
2. Select a Site
From the archaeological sites that you already visit, choose one to adopt. Contact NVFCP at [email protected] to register your site. NVFCP will provide assistance in preparing your site for monitoring activity.
3. Baseline Your Site
Gather photographs and notes on the current condition of the site. You will use this information to compare any changes to. You will report these changes in step 4.
4. Monitor Your Site
Submit an online monitoring report for your site at least annually. The monitoring report includes notes about any changes to the site good or bad and photographs of those changes.
5. Share the Preservation Ethic
Share the knowledge you've gained from participating in the program with other OHV enthusiasts.