National Parks are public, but are they for everyone?

arches national park double arch scenic

Join Misha Euceph, and CFI’s Michele Johnson, for a introspective journey through Arches National Park In 2021, Misha Euceph set out on a road trip adventure across America to answer the question: “If the National Parks are public, aren’t they supposed to be for everyone?” Through her journey she is able to uncover often untold…

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Archeology, Wonder, Exploration in Cedar Mesa

Dwelling, Cedar Mesa

Originally published in the Park Record. There was an extra space on a fabulous trip put together by the long established talented folks of Canyonlands Field Institute and I was offered the spot. As a gift. For three days and nights, basecamp was the Recapture Lodge in Bluff with meals and guides and sunshine and red rocks.…

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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 to know what has made these women feel wild.”  – From my waterproof notebook.  We are driven to bed that first night not by fatigue, but by massive, vicious, visible swarms of mosquitos.   It is an…

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