Starting in October 2006, on the third Saturday of each month, we will on a planned grid basis, return to each of the 240 cultural resource sites identified by Pearl and her team during the 80's. Our purpose will be to provide accurate GPS data for each site, and to report on the site condition. In addition, we will visit the approximately 160 sites that were found since the 80's effort and will complete the necessary site documentation that is required by the Forest Service to classify and, where required, add these sites to the official database. We will also spread out and look for any new sites. This will be a process that will continue for several seasons. It will guarantee that the Forest Service can use up-to-date GPS data to locate and protect the sites which previously were only located by the best efforts of all involved using topographical maps.