Science & Land

Our public lands offer opportunities to learn about our natural world. 

Past Events

Owls!

Science & Land

Live demonstration of owls by Wasatch Mountain State Park naturalist, Kathy Donnell.

The Effects of Climate Change on our National Parks

Science & Land

The National Parks Conservation Association talks about the effects of climate change on our National Parks.

In Pursuit of Dark Skies

Science & Land and Night Sky

Presentation on Viewing Dark Skies in Utah by Paul Ricketts, from the University of Utah's South Physics Observatory.

Extreme Dinosaur Diversity on Laramidia's Southern Frontier: New Discoveries from Utah's Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument

Science & Land

Palentology presentation on new dinosaur discoveries in the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument by Joe Sertich, curator at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.

Ruins and Rock Art of the Kayenta Area

Arts & Culture and Science & Land

Photos of ruins and rock art of the Kayenta Area as presented by former Utah Rock Art Research Association president, Richard Jenkinson.

Growing Native Plants and Seed Saving from a Southern Pauite Perspective (video)- Available OnDemand all week!

Arts & Culture and Science & Land

This is a recorded presentation about growing native plants and seed saving from a Southern Pauite perspective. There will be no live discussion.