Finding the Rabbit in the Moon

Finding the Rabbit in the Moon: Tips for a Successful Dark Sky Application Matt Johnson, Curecanti National Recreation Area District Interpreter & Volunteer Coordinator Download a high quality pdf version of this article here Vast Engelmann spruce forests and sagebrush mesas extend to the horizon. Artificial light sources are limited, and the dry mountain air…

Park After Dark

Park After Dark: Considerations for Courteous & Responsible Nighttime Visitation Karen Garthwait, Interpretive Media & Volunteers, Arches & Canyonlands National Parks Download a high quality pdf version of this article here Why is using artificial light sources to light up landscapes, rock formations, or other park features prohibited at parks such as Arches National Park?…

Dark Sky Month

Dark Sky Month 5 tips to help you work with public officials on getting support for dark skies Flint Timmins, Utah Office of Tourism Destination Development Lead Download a high quality pdf version of this article here To celebrate it’s new position as the world leader in dark sky preservation, Governor Spencer Cox of Utah…