These links are provided as additional resources for those who are interested in reviewing other information or learning more about rock art.
Red Rock Canyon Interpretive Association – Provides materials and services to the public which promote an understanding, and appreciation of, the natural history, cultural history and sciences of Southern Nevada and specifically, the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
The Nevada Rock Art Foundation – A non-profit organization that actively promotes the protection of prehistoric rock art in Nevada and surrounding areas. The Foundation implements its mission through programs that improve archaeological knowledge of rock art and raise public awareness of rock art’s heritage significance.
The Kokopelli Dilemma. The Use, Abuse, and Care of Rock Art – With increasing demands on public land for recreational use and an apparent ignorance of the significance of sacred places, it is therefore no wonder that we have seen a similar increase in reported damage to rock art sites through both general wear and tear and – more alarmingly–deliberate vandalism and theft.
Two very good works on the culture and traditions of the people who made the various styles of rock art in the Basin and Range Province and Colorado Plateau are Survival Arts Of The Primitive Paiutes by Margaret M. Wheat and Ancient Peoples Of The Great Basin And Colorado Plateau by Steven R Simms.