Do you drive into the backcountry to visit historic and prehistoric archaeological sites like mines, ghost towns, petroglyphs, and rock shelters?
You can become an active OHV Preservation Ambassador in 4 easy steps.
1. Get Educated
Complete our video training course above. You will learn archaeologist tips on how to identify features at different archaeological sites, methods for monitoring sites, and preservation laws.
2. Report Damages to Sites
When you are on rides in Nevada, submit a report for any archaeological sites you encounter that have damage or are at risk of future damage. Report here
3. Adopt a Site
From the archaeological sites that you already visit, choose a site to adopt. Complete the Adoption Form to the best of your ability and NVFCP will provide assistance in preparing your site for monitoring activity.
4. Monitor Your Site
Submit an online monitoring report for your site at least annually. The monitoring report can say that nothing has changed or can include notes on any changes to the site good or bad.
Don't forget to share the preservation ethic
Share the knowledge you've gained from participating in the program with other OHV enthusiasts.