Rockville Bridge Fundraising Event

If you are looking for information about the 9th annual Zion National Park Plein Air Invitational, please follow this link. The Rockville Bridge event, though not officially sponsored by ZNHA or the National Park Service, features many of the same artists you will see in November. As friends, neighbors and associates, we would like to … Continued

The Fern and J.L. Crawford Lecture Series 2015

2015 marks the ninth year of the Fern and J. L. Crawford Lecture Series. Created by ZCFI Director Michael Plyler in 2005, the lecture series mission is to present topics and perspectives not specifically limited to the Colorado Plateau. August 26 – Dr. Alfred Runte presents “The Enduring Legacy of our National Parks”. September 18 – has … Continued

Find Your Park

I remember our family driving through Zion National Park when I was very young. Dad would have been behind the wheel of our turquoise Ford Fairlane. Mom in the front seat with him. And my little sister and I would have been up on our knees (in the days before seat belts), wide-eyed, in the … Continued

National Park Service Centennial Campaign & Middle Emerald Pools Trail Fundraiser

The National Park Service will be celebrating its 100th birthday on August 25th, 2016. This spring the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation launched the public awareness and education campaign “Find Your Park,” to get the country ready for the centennial anniversary of the National Park Service and to set the stage for the next 100 … Continued

Meet the Crew Behind the Scenes

We would like to introduce two of our dedicated employees who work behind the scenes to keep ZNHA rolling smoothly.  Meet Toni and Tammy…. the ZNHA warehouse crew. Toni Tracy came on board as warehouse technician and has been here longer than anyone in the organization. She has seen a lot of change and growth … Continued

ZCFI Thursday Trek – “Take a Hike with Mike”

“Take a hike with Mike!” That was the call for Thursday’s Trek on March 28th. Michael was sure we would see bighorn sheep and promised to take us where the crowds wouldn’t amass. The fusion of a crisp spring morning, the warm colors of the Navajo sandstone, and being out of the office on a … Continued

How to Get Charged in Zion – Literally!

“I am pleased to announce that your project is approved to proceed under the agreement between the National Park Service and the Department of Energy Clean Cities Program.”   Just a couple weeks into my new job as Environmental Protection Assistant with Zion’s Sustainability program, my first assignment was a big one. The Department of … Continued

Cedar Breaks Arts Afire Plein Air Art Event

Cedar Breaks National Monument invites all to participate in the inaugural Cedar Breaks Arts Afire: Plein Air Art Event on July 28 – August 1, 2015. This event will showcase the meaning of national parks and monuments through the creation of art. Various activities are planned for the summer: plein air demonstrations and sales, children’s … Continued

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