Join Conserve Southwest Utah in Celebrating Latino Conservation Week for the first time ever in St. George, Utah, July 13 – 21!
All events will take place in or near the spectacular Red Cliffs National Conservation Area, part of America’s treasured system of National Conservation Lands that belong to all of us. All activities are free and open to the public.Tuesday, July 16th 7:30 - 9:30 am.
Help bring wildfire-damaged areas of the Red Cliffs National Conservation Areas back to life by watering and weeding baby plants in vegetation plots. These plots are part of an experiment to re-establish native plants like globe mallow and creosote that provide food and shelter for many desert animals.
Thursday, July 18th 10 – 11 am: Meet a live Mojave Desert Tortoise, Gila monster and Sonoran Mountain King Snake while learning about the amazing animals that live in this special “ecotone” we call home! Join us at the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve Visitor Center, 10 N 100 E, downtown St. George.
Friday, July 19th 7:30 – 10 am: Sunrise hike and yoga on the Cottonwood Canyon Trail in the Cottonwood Canyon Wilderness. Located inside the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area, this incredible wilderness is just a 15-minute drive from downtown St. George. Strike a mountain or a valley pose and learn about geology on this moderate 3-mile roundtrip hike.
Saturday, July 20th 9:30 to 11:30 pm: Night Sky Party with refreshments at the Red Mountain Wilderness Trail Head. Learn about our galaxy by looking through a telescope with the St. George Astronomy Group. At the edge of the Red Mountain Wilderness, the night skies will be dark and the stars will shine brightly!
Please RSVP with firstname.lastname@example.org (435 705 9985) for more details. Some events could be re-scheduled or cancelled because of weather. Please RSVP so that we can let you know of any changes!
Conserve Southwest Utah
Date & time:
July 16, 2019 - July 20, 2019
Multiple events in the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area