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At Arches NP, new way to fix chiseled graffiti being tried

Two years ago in Arches National Park, vandals chiseled the name “ANDERSEN” across nearly six feet of one of the park’s namesake features, Frame Arch.

Deeply incised graffiti such as this often requires the use of power grinding and a skilled operator to “erase” the damage. But park officials did not want to grind away a 6-foot-long, ¾-inch-deep area of Frame Arch, destroying a large portion of what nature took so long to create.


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