Canyonlands Research Center

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Canyonlands Research Center
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Description

The Canyonlands Research Center is a year-round facility providing a community center, laboratories, housing, and support services for visiting scientists, public land managers, and local land users to protect the natural resources of the Colorado Plateau or “Four Corners” region. Through research on issues such as wildlife and water management, grazing, and recreation use issues, the Canyonlands Research Center will develop science-based strategies to help public land managers and private landowners improve protection for natural resources. 

Client
The Nature Conservancy
Work
Master Planning, Development Materials, Programming, Architectural Design, Construction Services
Complete
2012
Size
10,770 sq. ft.
Cost
$2,700,000
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