The Cedar Mesa Project
Guidelines for Stewardship
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"Landscape, with its basis of aridity, is both our peculiar splendor and or
peculiar limitation. Without careful control and restrictions and planning,
tourists can be as destructive as locusts- can destroy everything we have
learned to love about the West."
Stegner, Wallace, Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs,
Wing Books, New York, 1992, p. 55.
The Cedar Mesa Project supports the following goals:
- Educating the public about minimum impact practices for protecting cultural and natural resources.
- Embracing Minimum Impact Practices and Archaeological Site Visitation Etiquette.
- Documenting and recording cultural sites for future reference.
- Respecting the Basic Human Rights of others and communicating with them accordingly.
- Respecting Federal and State antiquity laws and reporting acts of theft or vandalism to appropriate agencies.
- Abiding by the rules and regulations of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to protect archaeological ruins and antiquities.
For information about membership in or support of the Cedar Mesa Project,
- Peter Rowland
- Tel: 303/642-1470
- Email: LNTMaster@aol.com
Or, fill out the
Reader Response Form for More Information
about the Cedar Mesa Project.
- Morey Stinson
- Tel: 303/530-7727
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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