Moab area residents know that graffiti and vandalism doesn’t just happen in big cities, it happens every day on nearby public lands. You can find it in the backcountry, in our National Parks, at important natural and cultural resources. And as visitation rises, so do incidents of graffiti and vandalism. How can we turn the tide of this behavior? How do we get from vandalizing to respecting and protecting? This Week in Moab features a discussion with three people close to the topic – Keri Nelson, backcountry/wilderness coordinator at the Southeast Utah Group of the National Parks, Lisa Bryant, public affairs specialist for the Canyon Country District at the Bureau of Land Management, and Sue Baril, longtime volunteer in the treatment of graffiti and vandalism on public lands.