Video: Friends of the Owyhee Flyover the Owyhee
Friends of the Owyhee Flyover the Owyhee with EcoFlight and Adrian 2040
Video: 2018 Friends Rendezvous
The Friends Grassroots Network - a powerful and diverse group of local organizations - are laser-focused on making sure America's most important and iconic lands remain protected for the benefit of ALL Americans and future generations. Interviews from the 2018 Friends Rendezvous.
Video: VWR Tip — Camp and Eat Outside of Sites
Camping, fires and food can damage the archaeological remains and also spoil the view for other visitors.
Video: VWR Tip — Cover Hiking Pole Tips
Metal tips to hiking poles can scratch and scar rock art and change the natural look of a trail or archaeological site. A $6 rubber tip on your hiking pole can prevent damage to sites.
Video: VWR Tip — Dogs Are Best Outside … of Sites
Keep pets leashed away from archaeology where they won’t dig, poop or cause erosion inside a site.
Video: VWR Tip – Leave Grinding in the Past
Grinding grooves, grinding slicks, and other features of sites created by ancient people should be left alone. By pretending to be an ancient, you can easily damage these features and erase important scientific value.
Video: VWR Tip — Teach Kids Respect
Archaeological sites are not playgrounds. Please teach children respect. Keep a close eye so kids don’t get hurt or accidentally damage the site.
Video: VWR Tip — Historic Trash Isn’t Garbage
Historic artifacts older than 50 years are protected and should be left where you find them.
Video: VWR Tip — Steer Clear of Walls
Historic and prehistoric structures can be easily damaged. Please refrain from touching, leaning, standing or climbing on any structures, no matter how solid they look.