THE FERN AND J.L. CRAWFORD LECTURE SERIES 2017
2017 marks the beginning of the second decade of the Fern and J. L. Crawford Lecture Series.
Jan 20 Dr. Alan Titus presents “Raising the Kaiparowits Formation Ecosystem from the Dead: A Ground up Look at Utah 75 Million Years Ago”
Feb 3 Craig Childs presents THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD: An evening of ancient stories, the Ice Age, and other events of the Americas.
Mar 16 has Dr. Tara Smiley presenting Why is the Great Basin so Diverse? A Paleontological perspective.
Apr 25 Marian Jacklin will present “Old and High” The Archaic Culture of SW Utah from the High Plateaus of the Dixie National Forest
May 18 Paul Bogard presents The End of Night
June 22 Paula Mitchell, Special Collections Librarian at SUU
July 20 Sara Black will present Homeland, Homestead, and Haven: the Changing Perspectives of Zion National Park 1700-1930
August 24 Dr. Joseph Platt presents “Raptors in Zion Canyon”
September 15 Lora Tom
Oct 20 Dr. Christopher Norment presents Great Basin Habitat Islands: Mountains and Metaphor
November 9 Joan Bacharach, Senior Curator of the National Park Service, will present “Discovering Treasured Landscape Paintings in National Park Service Collections”
ALL LECTURES START AT 7:30 PM AT THE CANYON COMMUNITY CENTER IN SPRINGDALE (126 LION BLVD).