On behalf of the Natural History Museum of Utah, thank you to the following generous supporters and partners who have made the Nature Unleashed experience possible for our community.
This timely exhibition explores not only the science behind major natural phenomena, but the tools used to study and predict them. It also spotlights inspiring stores of human resilience and opens an important conversation about disaster preparedness in our communities. It's a powerful combination for Utah, and we are deeply grateful to all those who have made it possible.
Sarah B. George Ph.D.
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In response to the tsunami of December 26, 2004, the Chicago-based organization World Bicycle Relief has provided families in affected countries—such as this family in Sri Lanka—with bicycles.
Many families lost all means of transportation in the disaster, impairing their access to workplaces, schools, and basic resources. A bicycle can mean the return to independence and livelihood.© World Bicycle Relief, Photo by Leah Missbach Day ×