A Message From Our Executive Director

Dear Zion Forever Project Family and Friends,

As we look out our windows here in southern Utah, the majestic Zion skyline rises before us and reminds us of the gift and legacy of our public lands and our mission to protect and sustain them.

In these unprecedented times, such scenes also remind us of the gift of health and well-being that makes it possible for us to do this work, and for those who visit these places to be renewed and restored by them.

We deeply appreciate all of you – individuals, families, businesses, institutions, corporate partners, and philanthropic supporters – who care so deeply for Zion. We know each of you is affected in profound ways in your personal and professional lives by the uncertainties surrounding COVID-19. Our hearts and thoughts are with you.

Like you, we at the Zion Forever Project are doing all we can to protect the people who work here and those who come as guests to ensure that they, and this place, are preserved and sustained now and forever.

Though Zion National Park remains open, places of congregation such as the Visitor Centers and the Human History Museum are currently closed which prompted the closing of our Zion Forever park store locations. Most of our staff have moved to work remotely, and our operations have effectively transitioned to this temporary approach.

You have been with us from the beginning. Please let us know how we can support you at this time.

We would love to have you stay in touch with us and this great work, which you are a part of, through following updates and reaching out to us via our website zionpark.org and on social media @zionforeverproject.

On behalf of the entire Zion National Park Forever Project Team

 

 

 

For more information and real-time updates on the park visit nps.gov/zion.