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Video: Uintah River High Schoolers Replaced Classroom Walls with Canyon Walls

Twenty two Uintah River students embarked on an educational adventure in the Canyon Country of Southeastern Utah. Their expedition took ...
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Student Perspectives: River Life

An Essay by CFI student Will, written about the San Juan River As the seven days on the river passed ...
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Dwelling, Cedar Mesa

Archeology, Wonder, Exploration in Cedar Mesa

Originally published in the Park Record. There was an extra space on a fabulous trip put together by the long established talented ...
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River Goddesses

The Mosquitos  “First night on the women’s trip. We are all going to bed and it’s not yet 9pm. I want ...
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Cooling off with Llamas

Most desert enthusiasts are familiar with the works of Edward Abbey. But, did you know that Abbey loved llamas as ...
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Indigenous Connections to Water

Join founders of River Newe, Jessica and Sammy Matsaw, along with Indigenous guides, Nikki and Colleen Cooley, and Lyle Balenquah ...
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Trust Walk

Trust is an essential part of any community. This activity is designed to stretch comfort zones, establish responsible communication, and ...
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Mysterious Objects of Wonder

This activity is for those who want to have some fun and hone their observational abilities while doing some collaborative ...
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Scent Exploration

Getting restless come sunset? Play a game with your kids or community! At Canyonlands Field Institute we find that games ...
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Sit Spot

Want to help your kids, friends, and yourself deepen your sense of place? The Sit Spot is one of the ...
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