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Marsha Holland

Marsha Holland lives in Tropic. She holds a bachelor degree in History (1999). After receiving her degree she and her husband John and two sons, Aaron and Nathan, moved to Garfield County where they built the Cannonville KOA which they owned and operated until 2014. 

In 2014 they opened Bryce Valley Tours, guiding visitors on the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and in Bryce Canyon National Park. Additionally, Marsha has led the Southern Utah Oral History Project since 2002. This project is dedicated to preserving the voices of longtime residents of the region. In 2012 Holland was awarded Utah Division of History’s Outstanding Contributions in History

She is the former Chair and continuing board member for the Garfield Memorial Healthcare Foundation and is a substitute teacher in the Bryce Valley Schools. She is a founding member of the Bryce Valley Community Foundation, a local non-profit organization dedicated to funding healthy lifestyles and recreation opportunities for local residents with programs dedicated to community and rural economic development.

Marsha stands for open and honest government. She is an advocate for rural education and quality healthcare which she believes provide a solid foundation for the success of our southern Utah communities. She looks forward to fighting for all citizens as your representative in the Utah House of Representatives, District 73.