We’ve seen structures and trees get the foil treatment to protect against wildfire damage but never rock etchings. KSL reports firefighting crews fighting the Halfway Hill Fire near Fillmore, Utah worked with archaeologists to protect the Chalk Creek Hieroglyphs. The collaborated on a plan to help protect the historical site and wrapped everything in fire foil. LEARN MORE HERE.
The Chalk Creek Hieroglyphs are an important cultural resource on the @FishlakeNF. To learn more about how fire crews and archaeologists worked to protect the special site from the #HalfwayHillFire ➡️https://t.co/4sMPm7l9Y4. pic.twitter.com/9F8JZxwKKA
— Utah Fire Info (@UtahWildfire) July 17, 2022