Fuelwood Permits Now Available Manti-La Sal National Forest is issuing permits for fuelwood and other forest products forest-wide beginning June 1 and continuing through Nov. 30, 2021. Fuelwood permits on the Ferron/Price and Sanpete districts are available at $5 per cord. Moab and Monticello fuelwood permits are available at $5 per cord for the standard […]
2021 Monuments and Canyons Plein Air Invitational! The 2021 Monuments and Canyons Plein Air Invitational will take place September 26th through October 3rd. See the work of incredible artists from all over the nation paint the special vistas that we consider our backyard. We look forward to getting this event up and running as close […]
The National Park Service and the International Dark Sky Association are pleased to announce Zion National Park as an International Dark Sky Park. This certification recognizes the exceptional quality of the park’s night skies and provides added opportunities to enhance visitor experiences through astronomy-based interpretive programming. “Zion National Park is committed to conserving the park’s night skies for all future generations and to educating visitors about the values of this important resource,” said Jeff Bradybaugh, park superintendent.
Decoding The Language of Stone: A CNHA Discovery Pool Project CNHA Discovery Pool Topic: Gravitational stress analysis of natural rock arches. Research question: How do gravitational stresses in natural arch forms vary with geometry? Can a metric be developed that allows comparison among arches with different scale and form? Jeffrey Moore, PhD, University of Utah, […]