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Digital Signature: by checking this box I am requesting membership in the San Diego Rock Art Association and agree to abide by the Code of Ethics printed below.

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All Membership Renewals are due and payable on August 1.

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We are in the process of implementing a new
Online Membership Application and Payment system.

For information on SDRAA Membership during this transition period, please contact us by e-mail:

Thank you for your patience!


Use this Form for New and Renewal Memberships. To apply for Membership or Renew your Membership, please fill out the following form. For Dual Memberships, be sure to enter phone and email data for both members if applicable. When you submit your information you will be directed to our page for submitting payment to complete your Membership application.

Code of Ethics

1. Rock art visitation and research shall be subject to all local, state, and national antiquities laws, appropriate regulations, and property access requirements.

2. Rock art site visitation, recording, and research shall be nondestructive with regard to the rock art itself and any associated archaeological remains. Do not touch or apply anything to the rock art.

3. Soil shall not be removed for the purpose of exposing subsurface rock art. Artifact collection or excavation shall be conducted only when the work is part of a legally constituted excavation project.

4. Recognize the cultural heritage values of rock art and always show respect for rock art and the cultures that created it. Honor the requests of appropriate Native American or other groups who ask that photos of restricted rock art not be posted or published.

5. Specific locations and directions to rock art sites shall not be posted or published unless the sites are fully known and open to the public or managed for visitation.

Student (Reduced) $10

You will receive a copy of your application information at the e-mail address(es) entered above.