- Late Nite Grafix, Inc.
Gary Cascio's graphic design firm
- Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance
Their mission is the preservation of the outstanding wilderness at the heart of the Colorado Plateau, and the management of these lands in their natural state for the benefit of all Americans.
- Minimum Impact Practices
Each year, millions of visitors enjoy Canyon Country. The impact of so much use is threatening the area's biological and cultural resources. You can help protect this fragile and beautiful land by following these five minimum impact practices.
- Why Wilderness?
Not everyone cares about wilderness. And, why should people care? We already have much to worry about: health care, jobs, education, poverty to name but a few.
- Edward Abbey
Enter at your own risk. Carry water. Avoid the noonday sun. Try to ignore the vultures. Pray frequently. Abbey's Web is dedicated to the life, works and values of author Edward Abbey.
- New Mexico Wilderness Alliance
Dedicated to the protection, restoration, and continued enjoyment of New Mexico’s wildlands and Wilderness areas. The primary goal is to ensure the protection and restoration of all remaining wild lands in New Mexico through administrative designations, federal Wilderness designation, and on-going advocacy.
- High Country News
For people who care about the West
- Western Rock Art
Richard (Rick) Colman travels throughout the western United States to look for native american petroglyphs, pictographs, ruins and related sites. Many of these sites are well known and may be easily visited by the public.
- American Rock Art Home
Founded in 1974, has a mission is dedicated to the support of rock art research, conservation, and education.
- Grand Canyon Polychrome Pictographs
From the home page: "Twenty years ago in the remote backcountry of the western Grand Canyon, I got my first taste of Grand Canyon rock art. Although I had been interested in pictographs and petroglyphs all my life, these were the most fascinating figures I'd seen. Staring back at me from the sandstone wall were giant multicolored figures, rich with whimsical detail and decoration. These were beings from another world! In short, I was hooked."
- American Rock Art
The American Rock Art Group celebrates native american petroglyphs, pictographs, ruins and related archaeology. Although the emphasis is on Southwest, Northwest, and Far West United States cultures, participation is welcome from other regions as well.
- Learning Center of the American Southwest
A partnership dedicated to understanding and preserving the unique resources of the American Southwest through science and education. This web site delivers information about the natural and cultural resources of the region and about scientific activities underway. The primary focus of the Learning Center is to explain the need for and results of research and monitoring to land managers, students, researchers, policy makers, and the interested public and promote mission-oriented research within the region. Forty-eight parks and protected areas spanning seven states comprise the Learning Center.
- Southwest Ferry Project
A website detailing the research and documentation of commercial ferry operations in the Southwest.
- Late Nite Grafix designs @ Cafepress
You can find some of the images from this website on a great collection of T-shirts, posters, coffee mugs, etc.
- New Mexico Search and Rescue Facebook Page
The New Mexico Search and Rescue page is dedicated to promoting the cause of the men and women who sacrifice their time and personal safety for the benefit of those lost, hurt or missing in the wilderness of New Mexico.
- Google Archaeology
The neverending search for archaeological sites and ruins as found through Google Earth and Google Maps.
- Petroglyph Hunter
Embree "Sonny" Hale, a lifetime resident of Southwest New Mexico, now of Hillsboro, has set out to take a picture of every petroglyph in New Mexico, with this website he offers to share a few of his favorite photos and hopes to inspire you to keep chasing your dreams.
- In Place Out of Time
This is a link to the video about Embree "Sonny" Hale, a "Petroglyph Hunter" from Hillsboro, NM. A man of passion and distinction.
- Archaeological Society of New Mexico
The roots of ASNM begin in the late 1800s, when a number of individuals, most of whom were not trained in archaeology or anthropology, recognized the need to preserve New Mexico's historic and prehistoric heritage. Over the years, their efforts have resulted in avocational archaeologists working with professionals to discuss topics of interest, to search for sites, to record their locations, to participate in excavation, analysis, and report writing, and — most importantly — to preserve these important cultural resources.
- New Mexico Search & Rescue Facebook page
This Facebook page does not speak as the official voice of any of the search and rescue entities in the state of New Mexico. This page is administered by several people from around the state who are involved in search and rescue. Its purpose is to provide a public forum to promote New Mexico SAR and its volunteers; and, for the exchange of ideas, news and things of interest that concern wilderness search and rescue.
- Sacred Places: New Mexico Rock Art
This web site is a means for me to share some of the things I have been able to see and to record with my cameras. I make no claims of authority in doing so; this is just my tribute to the ancient artists who once lived where I live now. – Mike Connealy
- The Gadsden Museum | Old Mesilla
The museum is only 3 blocks east of the Old Mesilla Plaza. It is located in the Fountain family home, built in 1875. This private museum houses Native American relics, items from the Civil War and Old West artifacts including the original jail cell that held Billy the Kid during his 1878 trial for the murder of Lincoln County Sheriff William Brady.
- Buffalo Field Campaign: Working to Stop the Yellowstone Bison Slaughter
The Buffalo Field Campaign (BFC) is the only group working in the field, everyday, to stop the slaughter and harassment of Yellowstone's wild buffalo. Volunteers from around the world defend buffalo on their traditional winter habitat and advocate for their protection. Our daily patrols stand with the buffalo on the ground they choose to be on, and document every move made against them.
- About NRAF
The Nevada Rock Art Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) 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 Foundation was established in 2002 by Shari Chase and Dr Alanah Woody to address the management and research problems stemming from inadaquate archaeological knowledge that then existed for many of the state's 1,200 rock art sites.