The Southern Utah Museum of Art and Cedar Breaks National Monument are proud to announce the artists selected for Chasing Light Plein Air Festival and Sale held on July 3rd through 8th.
The National Park Service (NPS) recognized Southern Utah University’s Director of Outdoor Engagement, Dr. Briget Eastep, as a recipient of the 2016 Director’s Partnership Award. The Director’s Partnership Award is a distinguished honor from Jonathan B. Jarvis, director of the NPS.
Southern Utah University is sponsoring a free Outdoor Education Series starting September 15 and running through December 8. The one-hour lecture series will highlight outdoor opportunities from experts in the field. The OES is every other Thursday at 11:30 a.m. in the SUU Sharwan Smith Student Center Living Room (unless otherwise noted).
The Dixie National Forest, Southwest Wildlife Foundation and Garth and Jerri Frehner Museum of Natural History at Southern Utah University with funding from National Geographic have partnered to host the first Cedar City BioBlitz at Cedar Canyon Nature Park August 26-27th.
Through a collaborative partnership between Southern Utah University and the Frontier Homestead State Park (FHSP), a new Native Heritage Exhibit has been added to the museum.
Southern Utah University will participate in the National Park Service Centennial on August 25 with an institutional wide effort, SUU Day in the Parks. The entire SUU community of students, faculty, and staff are invited to spend the centennial exploring the amazing parks and recreational areas surrounding campus.
Original art, live music, traditional craft demonstrations, and a horseshoe tournament combine to celebrate the diverse heritage of southern Utah.
Are you planting trees for Arbor Day? The Dixie National Forest has been observing both Arbor Day and Earth Day this April, planting 98,633 ponderosa tree seedlings to restore disturbed areas across the Forest.
Springtime is a beautiful time of year to get outdoors and visit the Dixie National Forest.
As we celebrate the first 100 years of the National Park Service, enjoy a look back at the vital role Cedar City, the Union Pacific Railroad and the Utah Parks Company played in the early years.