- Learn what comprises a healthy watershed and how lots of people are restoring the health of Escalante River’s watershed by removing Russian olive trees and bringing back the hard-working beavers. ERWP Newsletter 2013
- An 85-million-year-old relic pictured on the back of the new Partners t-shirts, that’s what’s new! Long sleeve in tan and cornflower blue, short sleeve in tan and sky blue. Click for info and an order form: Order form_Tees
Donor Premium vases are back! Nelson Gingerich has crafted two more Kaibab Aspen beauties, one of them with calcite inlays in the knots of the wood. Donate $350 and you will receive a one-of-a-kind hand-turned work of art. Click the Donate button to give online, or click here to print out an order form. Note: Only the one with the calcite inlays is left. Thank you once again, Nelson, for helping us raise program dollars!
Southern Utah University Sherratt Library Click here for unrestricted access to over one hundred GSENM research articles on archeology, ecology, human history, geology, and paleontology, and over thirty oral histories relating to the Monument.
- Summer_Fall 2012 Newsletter
- Spring 2012 Newsletter
- Summer 2011 Partners Newsletter
- Spring 2011 Newsletter
- Fall 2010 Newsletter
- Summer 2010 Newsletter
Grand Staircase Escalante Partners is the 501(c)(3) friends group of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
The Monument covers more area than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined, making it the largest unit of the National Conservation Lands system. From glamorous dinosaur finds to discoveries of new plant species, the Monument holds a wealth of yet-to-be analyzed scientific and cultural data.
Grand Staircase Escalante Partners aims to:
- attract more research to the Monument
- educate the public about the nearly two-million-acre treasure that is the Monument
- apply sustainable conservation practices on the Monument
- build a strong local economy around tourism, recreation, and wise stewardship of Monument lands