Morgan Sjogren ➸ Running Bum

Guidebooks to protect the soul of wild spaces

Today is Grand Staircase-Escalante’s 23rd anniversary. While those first two decades as a monument were far from perfect, they really set the standard in the U.S. for protecting an entire landscape for it’s biodiversity, cultural heritage, and scientific/archaeological research. And yet, rather than celebrate what should be a bipartisan victory in preserving one of the …

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What her story—set in the American Southwest—reveals about the future of our public lands MORGAN SJOGREN//OCTOBER 22, 2018 Original story link via REI:  https://www.rei.com/blog/hike/how-ada-hatch-helped-change-the-field-of-archaeology-for-women “They said if we didn’t succeed they would never hire women again.”Ada Hatch’s smile reflects the brilliance of her yellow sundress when she says this. But it’s not a sugary smile; it’s …

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