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Glen Canyon Lecture Series

  • Page Community Center 699 South Navajo Dr. Page, AZ, 86040 (map)

This talk will reflect on the current events and multi-use policies affecting Grand Staircase and dive deeper into the topic of recreation and how low-impact conservation minded recreation (especially in the backcountry) can benefit these areas and support policies to protect them. Morgan weaves in stories directly from the backcountry of Grand Staircase to serve both as examples and inspiration throughout the presentation. Ultimately, listeners should be able to get out into Grand Staircase either on a route they've never explored or taking on their favorite route in a new way while utilizing examples of low impact and conservation focused recreation on their next trip!

Morgan Sjogren is an author, athlete, and public lands enthusiast. When not on the trail, she's exploring her favorite public lands in the southwest or writing on her blog "The Running Bum". Her first guidebook, Best Bears Ears National Monument Hikes, is currently on sale.

Glen Canyon Lecture Series is a free public program made possible through a partnership between Glen Canyon Natural History Association, the John Wesley Powell Museum, and the Page Public Library.

Earlier Event: May 15
Wild & Scenic Film Festival
Later Event: May 31
Stargazing