Volunteers inspect their assigned sites for signs of damage caused by natural erosion, animal activity, looting, or vandalism
We help students, teachers, and people of all ages explore Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and the public lands and rural communities of southern Utah and northern Arizona in a scientifical and historical manner.
A joint venture with local schools and the Bureau of Land Management, this Partners’ project aims to restore native vegetation on sites in or near Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
Bureau of Land Management, Partners, and hard-working volunteers such as Barbara Mossinghoff, collected more then 500 digital versions of scientific research papers, the public now has unrestricted access to
Since 1998, historians have gathered nearly 300 interviews from longtime residents, documenting cultural ties to wild country in and around the Monument. In 2010, Partners helped add two dozen more histories available for public access