7th Annual River Rendezvous
The Moab River Rendezvous, hosted by Plateau Restoration is on the road this year at the JW Powell River History Museum in Green River, UT
As usual, we've lined up some outstanding presentations and films, along with field trips in the area. On Sat, Oct 1 in the evening, we'll join the Museum's Induction to the River Runner's Hall of Fame.
You'll find that Green River is more accessible, but still close enough to Moab to take advantage of tourist attractions there, and more affordable, quality lodging and restaurants while new cool things to do near Green River.
The River Rendezvous is an educational gathering and celebration of rivers, conservation, history and community. In addition, the event helps support ecological restoration projects in the Colorado and Green River watershed, conducted by Plateau Restoration, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization located in Moab, Utah.
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Top 10 Reasons To Come:
10. Meet friends, old and new.
9. Expert presenters on natural and cultural history.
8. Up-to-date river education.
7. Book signings.
6. In town location, an easy walk to all venues.
5. Field service trips to spectacular locations.
4. Cool door prizes.
3. Historic river-running films.
2. GREAT PRICE!
1. Help support river conservation projects near Moab and Green River.
See what folks have to say...........!!
"I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed the Rendezvous last weekend. What terrific speakers and interesting topics. Every one complimented the one before it. Not being a river runner I sure found a lot to learn. I will recommend it to all concerned with the environment and learning about the outdoors. The films had fabulous historical significance. I will definitely look forward to next year's Rendezvous." - Jocelyn, Sandy, UT; 11/18/11
"The organizers, Mike Smith and Tamsin McCormick, do a fantastic job with the guest speaker line up. Such quality presentations.
I especially enjoy the restoration project that goes along with the event. Folks are hob nobbing in the beautiful Moab outdoors." - Michelle, Moab, 8/30/12