Category Archives: The Red Cliffs National Conservation Area / Reserve

Latest News on Northern Corridor Highway and the Lake Powell Pipeline

Posted December 12, 2019 by Jane Whalen

Federal agencies, with the support of our elected officials, have started the Environmental Impact Statement  process for two long-standing, complicated and damaging projects: the Northern Corridor Highway and the Lake Powell Pipeline. These projects have gone through other approval attempts that have failed due largely to CSU’s member efforts.  Let’s keep it up! CLICK HERE:… Read more »

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Wildlife and Plants in the NCA/Reserve

Posted December 7, 2019 by Jane Whalen

Northern Corridor Highway impacts to wildlife. READ MORE Shivwits Milkvetch, endangered Virgin River chub, endangered Woundfin, endangered  California condor, endangered  Mexican spotted owl, threatened  Southwestern willow flycatcher, endangered Western yellow-billed cuckoo, threatened  Bonneville cutthroat trout, BLM sensitive Desert sucker, BLM sensitive Flannel-mouth sucker, BLM sensitive  Virgin spinedace, BLM sensitive  American white pelican, BLM sensitive  Bald… Read more »

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Community Transportation Alternatives

Posted December 7, 2019 by Jane Whalen

Alternative road improvements outside the NCA. READ MORE  Red Hills Parkway to I-15 Fly-Overs or Viaducts  Red Hills Parkway and Buena Vista Blvd. Improvements between I-15 exits 8 and 13 Widen to 4-6 lanes (and straighten where possible) throughout entire length (Bluff St/SR 18 to Exit 13), starting with the eastern portion For busy Red… Read more »

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Points for Highway Scoping Comments

Posted November 15, 2019 by Susan Crook

Comments are due January 6, 2020 HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR COMMENT COMMENTS ARE PUBLIC PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR CONCERNS ABOUT THE HIGHWAY AND WHAT POINTS YOU THINK SHOULD BE ANALYSED IN THE EIS. BLM and US Fish Wildlife Service Should Study these Issues in the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS): Alternative road improvements for the Northern… Read more »

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Commenting on 3 Plans during Northern Corridor NEPA

Posted November 15, 2019 by Susan Crook

During Northern Corridor NEPA, Scoping comments are invited on 3 separate, but closely connected plans: Proposed Amendment to BLM’s Red Cliffs National Conservation Area Resource Management Plan (RMP) UDOT is applying to BLM for a right-of-way to build the Northern Corridor Highway. This plan governs how the Red Cliffs NCA is to be managed for… Read more »

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Potential Northern Corridor Alternatives

Posted July 18, 2019 by Tom Butine

CSU’s Potential Candidate Alternatives to the Northern Corridor

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filed under: Public Lands, The Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP), The Red Cliffs National Conservation Area / Reserve

Potential Alternatives to the Northern Corridor – source file

Posted July 18, 2019 by Tom Butine

CSU’s Potential Candidate Alternatives to the Northern Corridor

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Coalition to Preserve the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area

Posted June 19, 2019 by Tom Butine

The Coalition to Preserve the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area

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Map – the Geography of the Northern Corridor-Washington Parkway Issue

Posted June 19, 2019 by Tom Butine

Map – geography of the NC-WP Issue

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Washington Parkway Extension (segment 2) route

Posted June 11, 2019 by Tom Butine

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