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Santa Fe National Forest Site Stewards

Main Project Information
Presented By The Site Steward Foundation, Inc
Goal
Task
Where 11 Forest Lane, Santa Fe New Mexico Santa Fe United States
Description

The Santa Fe National Forest Site Stewards are volunteers who monitor archaeological and historical sites for evidence of deterioration due to natural causes or vandalism. They also serve as spokespersons to the general public by fostering awareness of the importance of preserving these sites.

Site Stewards are selected in part for their commitment to preserving the cultural heritage of the Santa Fe National Forest through their actions as the "eyes" and "legs" of the Heritage Resources staff. Site Stewards are also committed to educating the public and supporting the efforts of others who share these goals. Other skills such as archaeological experience, photography, and leadership are also taken into consideration.

How to Join

The Site Steward program holds training sessions as necessary to meet the demand for volunteers and in response to people who wish to join the effort. If you are interested, please follow this link: http://sfnfsitestewards.org/training_and_education.php

Website http://sfnfsitestewards.org/
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Required Gear

A licensed motorized vehicle.

Ideal Age Group Adults
Spend the Time outdoors
Type of Activity In oceans, streams, rivers, lakes, On a walk, run, On a hike
Tags hiking, historical, preservation, Santa Fe
Project Updated 04/21/2017