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The Red Cliffs Zine

A publication prepared lovingly by local artists and writers to help save Red Cliffs.

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JOIN THE WATER CONSERVATION CULTURE

It is time to change our ways! The Lake Powell Pipeline is on hold, and in the face of climate change it is unlikely that it will ever be built. The response to the megadrought is right at our fingertips: water conservation. CSU is committed to building a water conservation culture right here in Southwest Utah.

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WATER – THE LAKE POWELL PIPELINE and CONSERVATION

CSU advocates water conservation policies and has developed considerable evidence indicating the Lake Powell Pipeline is not necessary to support our growth, is very risky, and will be a huge drag on family, city and county budgets. A less costly, less risky alternative to the Lake Powell Pipeline is being ignored. Local water resources will deliver water affordably and reliably, without burdening residents with unaffordable debt.

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Photo Credit: Patrick Barickman

 PROTECTING PUBLIC LANDS

Washington County is one of the most scenic areas in the West. The beautiful open spaces and scenic vistas make Washington County a desirable place to visit and call home. Our region is home to many endangered and threatened animals and plants including the Mojave desert tortoise. There is constant pressure to develop these lands. We are the only local group advocating protection.

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SMART GROWTH LEADS TO LIVABLE COMMUNITIES

Sustainable development is a strategy by which communities seek economic development approaches that also benefit the local environment and quality of life. It has become an important guide to many communities that have discovered it.

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Photo by Susan Crook

SMART GROWTH LEADS TO LIVABLE COMMUNITIES

Sustainable development is a strategy by which communities seek economic development approaches that also benefit the local environment and quality of life. It has become an important guide to many communities that have discovered it.

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