Rangers at the Museum
Join National Park Service Rangers for several FREE public presentations throughout the summer at the Moab Museum. Each program will be held in the Moab Museum’s gallery and will last roughly 45 minutes.
1. Women Botanists on the Colorado River
July 19th at 2 pm | Program by NPS Ranger Jessi Carver
Elzada Clover and Lois Jotter were the first two non-native botanists and the first two non-native women to successfully raft the Green and Colorado Rivers in 1938, collecting and cataloging botanical specimens along the way. Hear about their adventure and achievements on their trip from Green River, UT to Lake Mead.
2. Founding Fathers: The Political Establishment of Canyonlands National Park
August 15th at 2 pm | Program by NPS Ranger Robert Anderson
Come learn what the Atomic Energy Commission, a leathery cowboy, and a slick DC politician had in common in the creation of Canyonlands National Park.
3. Leaving a Mark
August 24 at 2 pm | Program by NPS Ranger Ash Hightower
Join National Park Service Ranger Ash Hightower as they discuss historic rock inscriptions, modern graffiti, and where they intersect as humans continue to leave their mark in the places they visit.