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  • Posted By Barbara Webb

    Canyon view

    Lecture is FREE! The Moab Information Center is conveniently located on the corner of Main and Center St.

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    "Designer Birds" talk by Scott Chandler

    Lecture is FREE! The Moab Information Center is conveniently located on the corner of Main and Center St.

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    Light pollution

    Lecture is FREE! The Moab Information Center is conveniently located on the corner of Main and Center St.

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    How did Dead Horse Point get its name?Dead Horse Point is a peninsula of rock atop sheer sandstone cliffs. The peninsula is connected to the mesa by a narrow strip of land called the neck. There are many stories about how this high promontory of land received its name.Dead Horse Point State Park.

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    Bates WilsonCharlie Steen represents the Atomic Energy Commission who provided access to the White Rim Sandstone via the White Rim Road. Bates Wilson Represents the vision of having a National Park that would protect the confluence. Wilson wanted to protect a million acres of wild canyon country and generate a sustainable economy via tourism. Stewart Udall provided the political support needed in order to push the idea of a National Park through Congress.

    Lecture is FREE! The Moab Information Center is conveniently located on the corner of Main and Center St.

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    Brian Davis leading an excavationEvery kid knows that dinosaurs are the biggest, fiercest, and most inspiring creatures to ever have walked the Earth, but they are only part of the story. Learn more from paleontologist Brian Davis. Brian is a 2019 CNHA Discovery Pool Grant recipient.

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    CCC image courtesy of the Utah State Historical Society

    The CCC was established as part of President Roosevelt’s New Deal, and was designed to implement much needed conservation projects, and to provide jobs for young men, as well as income for their families during the Great Depression. The CCC built four camps in the Moab area, and the men who served here came from all over the U.S., and primarily worked on soil conservation and other flood control projects. Join Ashley Losey and Lori Hunsacker for a look at this time in Moab's history.

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    Aerial archaeologyEarly forays by Charles Lindbergh and others into aerial archaeology in the American SW proved popular with the public, but the methods and procedures, with a few important exceptions, never caught on with the archaeologists in the region.
    Lecture is FREE! The Moab Information Center is conveniently located on the corner of Main and Center St.

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    View of Arches National Park in winterWalt will answer these questions and discuss past and present issues concerning public lands.

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    Moab at nightLecture is FREE! The Moab Information Center is conveniently located on the corner of Main and Center St.

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    Prickly Pear flowers by Peggy McNeilEach spring, Joel presents a different aspect of the amazing wildflowers in the Moab region. Join him to learn "the rest of the story", between flowers fading one year and blooming the next.

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