Wayne County, in south-central Utah, is home to about 2,600 people spread over 2,500 square miles. For twenty-five years, the Entrada Institute, located in Torrey, has served this rural community by celebrating arts, culture, and the natural environment through a variety of programs. In 2016, the organization received an NEH grant to develop a series of programs to engage youth and their families around the cultural, traditional, and natural resources of the Colorado Plateau. These programs, known as the Sparking Humanities initiative, allowed people from different backgrounds to come together and form meaningful connections through the humanities.
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