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SUNCLF is looking for your best photographs of Red Cliffs and Beaver Dam Wash National Conservation Areas. Our 2013 photography contest will collect the best photographs of these areas for display at a year end formal showing. Be a part of the preservation of these special places and submit your photographs today! What: SUNCLF National… Read more »
The Bureau of Reclamation is expected to release their report on Colorado River Supply and Climate Change this week. One of the most outrageous proposals to deal with future water demands is to pipe water from the Missouri River to Denver. Jason Bane of Western Resource Advocates, a conservation organization based in Boulder, Colo.,described the… Read more »
A recent report by Headwaters Economics finds that the West’s popular national parks, monuments, wilderness areas and other public lands offer its growing high-tech and services industries a competitive advantage, which is a major reason why the western economy has outperformed the rest of the U.S. economy in key measures of growth–employment, population, and personal… Read more »
The outdoor industry brings millions of dollars to Utah each year. The Outdoor Retailer convention in Salt Lake City brings $40 million to our state annually. Isn’t it time for our state to welcome these dollars rather than force them out with frivolous lawsuits? Here is a statement from the Outdoor Industry Association that was… Read more »
As you know, since last February there have been on-going discussions by local officials to transfer Snow Canyon State Park to Washington County. Frustratingly, until now, these discussions have not included the public and citizens have been left in the dark about what was happening. Friends of Snow Canyon (FoSC) has been working diligently to… Read more »
Listen to this story by NPR on the realities of the Colorado River as a future water supply. Click Here.
Local officials are looking to take over management of Snow Canyon State Park. The problem is, local citizens have not had a seat at the table for these discussions. Read more here about what is happening and stay tuned to see how you can get involved. Who should run Snow Canyon SL Trib 6.4.12
Arizona avoids Utah’s mistake of committing millions in taxpayer dollars to try and take back public lands. It is time for Utah leaders to show the same common sense and stop this frivolous lawsuit. Brewer sets a limit _ The Salt Lake Tribune
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