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Category Archives: Wilderness and the Environment
Posted on May 13, 2014 A first hand report by Executive Director, Josh Ewing Frustrated with years of delay from the BLM in deciding the fate of a proposed ATV trail in Recapture Canyon, protestors rode their machines into the … Continue reading
We came across these pecked steps on the way back down from “The Procession Panel” near the crest of Comb Ridge, San Juan County, Utah.
This row of granaries is located in the Salt Creek Canyon, in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. This canyon contains a year-round stream, fragile archaeological resources, delicate vegetation and wildlife. Currently, a recent decision by a Federal District … Continue reading
This handsome fellow is tucked away in an alcove, in a small tributary to Grand Gulch, San Juan County, Utah.
Handprint Hand-print located in “Ballroom Cave”, Butler Wash, San Juan County, Utah.
One of the ancient structures located in the Salt Creek Archaeological District, in Canyonlands National Park.
The nearest water for several miles, this pothole is situated on the edge of Cedar Mesa, overlooking the Valley of the Gods. It is home to assorted shrimp, frogs and various water insects, and provides drinking water for numerous wildlife … Continue reading
Located within the Road Canyon WSA, “The Citadel” is situated out at the end of a narrow finger of land on Cedar Mesa, San Juan County, Utah.
Ruins located near the mouth of Rope Canyon in lower Grand Gulch Primitive Area, Cedar Mesa, Utah.
Located in Upper Salt Creek in Canyonlands National Park, “Big Ruin” is the largest ancient pueblo ruin found within the park.
BREAKING NEWS: Federal judge issues landmark decision in our favor « Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance
May 27, 2011 BREAKING NEWS: Federal judge issues landmark decision in our favor Great kick-off to Memorial Day Weekend! Federal Judge Bruce S. Jenkins issues landmark decision in our favor! Salt Creek Canyon in Canyonlands National Park is NOT a … Continue reading