There is life after retirement. Just ask Mark Connolly, a former and once again present conservation officer with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Read more about Mark and the ancient Fremont people of the southwestern United States on Page 18 of our summer issue.
Conservation officers protect and explore a wealth of ancient Fremont Indian rock art and artifacts at Range Creek Canyon
RANGE CREEK CANYON – Seconds after explaining that visitors to this remote canyon often have difficulty finding signs of the ancient Fremont people who lived here 1,000 years ago, Mark Connolly comes across a man with a quizzical look.
“We knew it was going to be hard, but we didn’t think it would be this hard to find things,” Ken Duncan, of Houston, tells Connolly. “Maybe you could give us some help.”