With its towering sandstone arches, out-of-this-world views, and miles of rugged landscape, Arches and Canyonlands are like no other places on Earth. But when the sun goes down, that's when the real show starts.
With Latinos, their passion for the outdoors underscores the roles they can play in the preservation of these natural landmarks. As more and more Latinos visit these parks and develop those connections, the demand for conservation will strengthen.
Ever since I first saw pictures of the mystifying red rocks of Utah, I wanted to visit Arches National Park. After looking at the map, however, the place seemed so remote that I wasn't sure I'd ever get there.
The Interior Secretary has announced that he is canceling all 77 contested leases surrounding some of Utah's most stunning national parks. This redrock wilderness can now remain part of our natural heritage.