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  • Posted By Barbara Webb

    Arches Night Sky

    For the evening star gazing event, check at the Arches visitor center for time and location. Bring a chair, water, a red flashlight (if you have one), and warm clothes.
    NASA’s next great observatory, the James Webb Space Telescope, will complement the Hubble Space Telescope but see things in a whole new light: infrared light that is! This HUGE (21 foot) telescope will unfold in space and take pictures of distant planets, stars, nebulae, and galaxies, to give us a more complete picture of how our universe works. Witness stars being born and see some of the earliest things created in the universe. Dr. Lockwood will talk about this telescope, its amazing engineering, and the incredible scientific discoveries it will bring to humanity.</p>

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    CNHA staff having fun with Smokey Bear at the 2018 NPLD eventNational Public Lands Day is on September 28, 2019. This annual event is the nation's largest single-day volunteer effort, where people participate in projects on public lands. NPLD also encourages people to get out and enjoy their public lands. In honor of the day, national parks across the country are offering free admission on September 28th. For more information, visit: https://www.neefusa.org/npld.

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    North Window in the Windows section of Arches National ParkThese closures will allow construction crews to install new vault toilets at The Windows Section as part of an ongoing project to expand and enhance visitor services in that parking lot. Visitor fees provided funding for these improvements.

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    Congestion at Arches National Park entranceVisitation to Arches National Park increased by over 90 percent in the last 11 years. As a result, visitors face long wait times at the park’s entrance and parking lots. In 2015, the NPS began a planning process to manage traffic congestion. This effort, the Traffic Congestion Management Plan Environmental Assessment, outlined options which included a reservation system for entry to the park. Based on public comments, the NPS is continuing to gather information on its traffic-management options.

    “Waiting hours in line to enter the park or looking for parking are not the memories we want people to take away from their visit to Arches,” said Arches National Park Superintendent Kate Cannon. “We want to improve access to the park, maintain a world-class visitor experience, promote safety, and protect resources. We look forward to working with the public and local leaders as we move to our next steps.”
    For further information, contact the park’s visitor information office at (435) 719-2299.

  • Posted By Barbara Webb

    Biking in Arches National Park

    On August 30, the National Park Service announced a new electric bicycle (e-bike) policy for national parks, expanding recreational opportunities and accessibility.
    The policy supports Secretary’s Order 3376, signed by U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt on August 29, that directs Department of the Interior (DOI) bureaus to create a clear and consistent e-bike policy on all federal lands managed by the Department. This change in e-bike policy applies to private and commercial use in the parks.
    Read more at: https://www.nps.gov/subjects/biking/e-bikes.htm.

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    Dead Horse Point State Park

    From the prominence of Dead Horse Point, 2,000 feet above a gooseneck in the Colorado River, an ever-changing landscape unfurls. Immense vertical cliffs meet with canyons carved by ice, water, and wind creating a visual masterpiece. Plants and animals surviving on the edge of existence face many challenges of extreme conditions within this high desert environment.
    Lecture is free!

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    CCOE program

    CCOE serves local communities by enhancing state-approved curricula through creating opportunities for experiential learning on public lands.CNHA contributes funding to CCOE.
    This lecture is FREE! The Moab Information Center is conveniently located on the corner of Main and Center St.

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    Needles District viewPaved UT 211 is roughly 35 miles (56 km) in length. The scenic road begins at the intersection of Highway 191, about 40 miles (60 km) south of Moab. UT 211 ends in The Needles, and is the only paved road leading in and out of the area.

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    Community Artist in the Parks Antonio SavareseAntonio’s goal as Community Artist in the Parks has been to paint images that make people say “I’d love to be there,” followed by a visceral sense of “Thank God it is there.” As Ed Abbey says, “We need wilderness whether or not we ever set foot in it.”

    The Communtiy in the Parks program was created in 2009 as a way to highlight the connection between local artists and the landscapes of Arches and Canyonlands national parks and Hovenweep and Natural Bridges national monuments. For more information, visit the Community Artist in the Parks web page.

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