Tourists in Utah are tossing priceless dinosaur footprints into a lake

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People, this is why we can’t have nice things. Tourists in Utah have been removing dinosaur footprints embedded in sandstone and tossing them into the lake at Red Fleet State Park in Vernal. The foot-long prehistoric dino tracks primarily come from the reptile known as the Velociraptor in Jurrasic Park (actually, a Deinonychus) and park officials are frantic to get visitors to stop destroying the priceless artifacts.

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Off-grid Utah home nestled inside a natural cave-like opening

The word ‘incredible’ does not begin to encompass the awesomeness of this Utah abode, hidden in the side of a cliff. Built in 1986, Cliff Haven is an off-grid dream come true, and it’s for sale. A closed auction invites bidders to imagine living right in the heart of one of America’s most dramatic canyons, amid orange-hued bluffs and tumbleweeds aplenty. With all the amenities needed to thrive (not just survive) off the grid, the Cliff Haven will make a perfect home for someone looking to… View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green BuildingEco funeral – Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Green Burial Options in Utah

Brandon Burningham interviews Joe Schehe of the Green Burial Council at the NFDA Annual Convention 2008 in Orlando, Florida