This show examines how people living in the desert southwest in the past may have differentiated between communal places where everyone was welcome, and private places like granaries and dwellings. … READ MORE
This shows explores what ancient landscapes would have looked like on the Colorado Plateau and the forces and events that have made the Plateau look the way it does today … READ MORE
What were mammals like when dinosaurs roamed the earth? We explore mammals living at the time of dinosaurs with Dr. Brian Davis.… READ MORE
A show about wildlife corridors. What they are, how they work, and why they are necessary for the maintenance of ecosystems with Dr. Paul Beier.Interview with Dr. Beier… READ MORE
A fascinating look at the relationships between pollinators and plants, how they evolved to work together, the types of pollinators we have on the Colorado Plateau, and what the future … READ MORE
A two part show about volcanoes of the Colorado Plateau, how they are formed, why there are so many, and when volcanic activity might happen again with Dr. Michael Ort.… READ MORE
An interview about the different ways herbivores influence plant communities in our region and different impacts of native and nonnative grazers with Dr. Kari Veblen.
(photo from: https://wildlife.utah.gov/wildlife-news/1940-dwr-recommends-new-hunts.html)Interview… READ MORE