Friends of Sierra Rock Art:

SITE ETIQUETTE AT PETROGLYPH SITES

Some activities harm these ancient and irreplaceable images. Some interfere with research methods. To prevent vandalisim, site locations are kept confidential. These places are sacred to native people. To protect rock art please observe the following guidelines:
1. Don't walk on glyphs
2. Don't use walking sticks with metal tips on surfaces with images
3. No chalking of glyphs for photo purposes or rubbings to make paper copies
4. No using your fingers to trace the outline of a glyph
5. No painting or scratching on or near glyphs
6. No posting of photos on the internet or social media without permission
7.

Don't take GPS coordinates, even with your phone, or post site locations on the internet
8. Don't remove anything from the vicinity of the rock art
9. If you see anyone else damaging the glyphs please call the Forest Service


Please take your time and enjoy the rock art
PLEASE HELP PROTECT THESE IMPORTANT CULTURAL RESOURCES