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Reversing course, USNPS rejects consolidated National Register nomination of Utah rock art sites

Pam and Quentin Baker were so drawn to the rock art around Moab that they built their retirement home there in the late 1990s and relocated to the southeastern Utah tourist town in 2001 after long careers as Colorado educators.

Since that time, they have led volunteer efforts to document dozens of panels carved into the sandstone walls along the Colorado River corridor, going through the painstaking process of recording numerous data points on each site and replicating hundreds of petroglyphs and pictographs left by ancient Native Americans.

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