There are more visitors enjoying the archaeological sites in Utah. Unfortunately some of those resources have been vandalized leaving land managers with an important message to get out. Enjoy the sites but leave no trace.

This weekend on the program we will visit a site in Moab, to highlight the issue and talk about the irreparable harm done when someone touches a rock art panel. We will sit down with Redge Johnson, Executive Director of Utah’s Public Lands Office and Nate Thomas, the State Archaeologist for the BLM to talk about what State and Federal Agencies are doing to combat the issue.

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