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BASE jumpers give back: local community hosts Earth Day cleanup
The local BASE jumping community is hosting a three-day event, in which jumpers will clean up heavily used jumping areas, attend safety courses, and communicate with Bureau of Land Management, Gran...
Apr 19, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend
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Moab guide featured on statewide magazine cover
The nearly impenetrable Maze District of Canyonlands National Park has been featured in the current issue of Utah Life magazine. The story in the March/April 2018 issue describes the awe-inspiring ...
Apr 12, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend
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Poison Spider partners for Moab Rocks
Moab Rocks is coming to town again April 14 through 16, bringing world-class bikers to the annual TransRockies racing event. “We’re hoping to start with about 200 riders,” Aaron McConnell of TransR...
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DNR appoints a new recovery program director
Mike Styler, executive director of the Utah Department of Natural Resources (DNR), has named Christopher Keleher as the department’s new species recovery program director. Keleher will assume his n...
Dec 07, 2017 | 0 0 comments | 247 247 recommendations | email to a friend
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  • CPRG is reborn with a new team to support river guides
    by Vlad Dandu
    The Times-Independent
    04.12.18 - 10:57 am
  • A look back: More than five decades of Jeep Safari
    by Compiled by Greg Knight
    The Times-Independent
    04.05.18 - 11:20 am
  • BLM to hold RAC meeting in Monticello
    by Greg Knight
    The Times-Independent
    12.07.17 - 10:04 am
  • Event to host hundreds of mountain bike enthusiasts
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    04.05.18 - 11:41 am
  • Locals question ESJ impact; BLM responds
    by Jacque Garcia
    The Times-Independent
    04.05.18 - 11:40 am
  • The allure of elk hunting in Utah
    by Drew Chowbay
    The Times-Independent
    03.08.18 - 09:24 am

  • Join park staff at Dead Horse Point State Park on a hike commemorating the first day of the New Year. Depending on conditions and participant desire, expect a hike lasting anywhere from one to two hours traveling a couple miles over easy terrain. Snow and ice may make this a moderately difficult hike. Participants should dress warmly, bring a couple liters of water, bring polarized sunglasses, and whatever else is needed to feel comfortable walking in snow. The hike will start at 9 a.m. For more information call the park at 435-259-2614.                                         Photo courtesy discovermoab.com
    Join park staff at Dead Horse Point State Park on a hike commemorating the first day of the New Year. Depending on conditions and participant desire, expect a hike lasting anywhere from one to two hours traveling a couple miles over easy terrain. Snow and ice may make this a moderately difficult hike. Participants should dress warmly, bring a couple liters of water, bring polarized sunglasses, and whatever else is needed to feel comfortable walking in snow. The hike will start at 9 a.m. For more information call the park at 435-259-2614. Photo courtesy discovermoab.com
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