A Conversation with Bates Wilson
The River Journals of Black George
A Conversation with Jerry Banta
In 1969, Jerry Banta become one of the first generation of National Park Service rangers to explore Canyonlands. Thirty years later, he returned to the park as superintendent. In this interview, Jerry discussed these appointments and how both the landscape, as well as the agency that manages it, have changed.
A Conversation with Ned Chaffin
Ned Chaffin and his family had a ranch on the San Rafael River near where it enters the Green. From 1920 to 1944, they ran cows in what is now Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Canyonlands National Park. Maze District rangers interviewed Ned Chaffin and his wife Marjorie and provided a transcript of the conversation.
Stewart Udall and the creation of Canyonlands
Did You Know?
Some of the rock art in Horseshoe Canyon was painted over 3,000 years ago. Now known as "Barrier Canyon" style rock art, it was painted by nomadic groups of hunter-gatherers that roamed throughout the southwest. More...