All three governing bodies in the Moab area have united in opposition to allowing vehicles like ATVs and UTVs in Utah’s National Parks. In a joint resolution passed Tuesday, Moab City, Grand County, and the Town of Castle Valley state they oppose the vehicles in the parks without an environmental study and public comment process. An NPS spokesperson told KZMU News that the federal agency is “working through a process that we want to be able to share soon” and “this component of public engagement is important.” And later in the news, new research on Navajo sandstone might shed light on the desertification process. Tune in.
Moab City, Grand County, Town of Castle Valley joint resolution –