Six students are participating in the Canyonlands Research Center’s NATURE program in southeastern Utah this summer.
Recent Stories by Justin Higginbottom
Modern-day trappers are using beavers to fight the effects of drought
A partnership between governmental agencies and university researchers has biologists searching Utah for beavers.
Backcountry flying is taking off in Southeastern Utah
A small but growing number of pilots are helping to upkeep historic dirt runways that dot the Southwest.
Benefits for those harmed by the nuclear industry are expiring. Advocates are racing to help as many as they can.
The Radiation Exposure Compensation Act, which provides help for Americans impacted by the nuclear industry, is set to expire this year.
Dogs Help with Search and Rescue on the Navajo Nation, Where Resources are Scarce
Four Corners K-9 Search and Rescue is the latest organization helping Native families find missing loved ones.
Can the Remnants of a Coal-fired Power Plant Help Transport Clean Energy Across the Navajo Nation?
A proposed pumped storage hydropower plant that uses the generating station’s transmission lines could help the area transition.
A Different Kind of Nuclear Reactor Could Bring Power and Jobs to Utah’s Emery County
A research facility wants to bring back revenue to an area that’s declining in population by experimenting with a number of new technologies.
Program in Moab Lets Residents Learn Construction and Qualify for Affordable Housing
The organization helps build affordable and efficient housing with grants from the USDA. Along the way, they’re educating builders and providing more space for future homeowners.