To date, 2 Native American tribes, 7 federal agencies, 10 state government agencies, 2 county governments, 11 universities and colleges, 9 museums, 22 non-profit organizations, 21 private sector businesses, and 38 individuals have participated in an online survey and/or regional stakeholder meetings to identify the key issues and messages the public awareness campaign should emphasize. The Respect and Protect Communications Plan is meant to serve as a living document and will be updated as additional partners begin supporting the initiative, communication strategies and tactics are refined, additional target audiences are identified, and the various phases of the public awareness campaign are implemented. Click to download the full overview.
We spent the day in Escalante for Public Lands day and took some time to visit with archaeologist Matt Zweifel with the BLM. He helped us learn about the importance of stewardship of the incredible rock art in the area.
Help us cut out vandalism. #respectandprotect , Utah Rock Art Research Association www.urara.wildapricot.org, BLM Utah www.blm.gov/utah and Utah Division of State History www.heritage.utah.gov
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