“Hmmm, I’m bringing my group to explore the archaeologically rich Bears Ears National Monument. What should I tell them about how to be good visitors?”
You decided to bring a group to Bears Ears National Monument, great! And you want to know how to visit with respect, awesome! We would love to help teach your group the concepts of careful visitation to the area’s cultural and natural resources. Our staff offers a variety of fun, informational and engaging educational programs, tailored to your group’s age and needs. With flexibility on timing and location, and at no cost to your group, what are you waiting for? Contact Erica to enquire about dates and programs that would best fit your group.
Visit with Respect orientation– 1 hour
An orientation to the public lands of the area, with games, skits and discussions to practice the concepts of Visit with Respect. Great for all ages, and perfect for groups new to exploring ancient sites.
Visit with Respect campfire talk– 1 hour
Fun for a group wanting a laidback yet engaging introduction to the public lands and archaeology of the area, and how to visit with respect. Designed to occur at your camp, you provide the fire ring and wood (s’mores optional)!
Visit with Respect slideshow – 1 hour
If you have an indoor space and are looking for a larger group orientation, this more formal PowerPoint presentation may fit the bill! Enjoy beautiful images of the area and suggestions for how you can protect it.
Check out our short, light and fun videos, designed to show you and your group why this area is worth visiting with respect. Watch them in advance of your trip from the comfort of your home or classroom.
Visit with Respect logos and icons
Our Visit with Respect information and icons are meant to be broadly shared. Contact Erica if you’d like files of our videos, icons, and products.