To see the videos, please visit the Colorado River Re-Storied Archive Page
Megan Blackwelder, Park Manager at Dead Horse Point State Park near Moab, Utah, talks about her parks unique relationship with the Colorado River and a nearby potash mine.
Paul Haberstroh, a professor at Mohave Community College’s Lake Havasu City Campus, speaks about Lake Havasu and the potential for local student involvement in a variety of monitoring and science-based studies on the lake.
Kris Holstrum speaks about the recent issues facing her farm, Tomten Farm, located outside the town of Telluride, CO. The continuing drought over the last few years have really made it difficult for smaller-scale farms and farmers to survive on the mesa in the San Juan Mountains.
Eric Margolis, Associate Professor in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication at Arizona State University, talks about the Colorado River Re-Storied Project.
Dan Collins, professor in the School of Art and the new Digital Culture program in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University, talks about the Colorado River Re-Storied Project.
Ashley Boling speaks about the recent issues facing the San Miguel River in the town of Telluride, CO. The San Miguel River feeds into the Dolores River, which then enters the Colorado River in Utah, a couple miles north of Moab.
Chris Baird, the Executive Director of the Canyonlands Watershed Council, talks about one of Moab’s primary water resources, Mill Creek.
This summer, we’re travelling throughout the Western United States, and more specifically, the Colorado River Basin, to begin work on The Colorado River, Re-Storied.
The Colorado River Re-Storied is a collection of “stories of place” shared by individuals with direct experience–or distant love–of the Colorado River. The project seeks to “re-story” the landscape of the Southwest by helping to describe, re-store, and sustain the hidden or lost cultural practices and treasures of the Colorado River Basin.
If you or someone you know has a personal or professional connection to the Colorado River, get in touch! We’d love to include you!