CSU Well-Represented at Springdale Earth Day Celebration

  CSU Well-Represented at Springdale Earth Day Celebration Conserve Southwest Utah had a three-booth presence at the Earth Day Celebration in Springdale on April 22nd.  Twelve new members joined CSU after stopping by our booth.  Welcome!  Also, more than four dozen people signed the Constituent Comment Letter at a booth co-sponsored by CSU and Citizens…

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CSU’s Key Water Questions

Water Conservation and The Lake Powell Pipeline 1. Can we (the county, the cities and their citizens) have a say in the final decision to build the LPP? Background: There appears to be no requirement for any local government input into the final decision. We would like this to be a formal option. Proposal: The…

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Petroglyph Patrol

  Petroglyph Patrol by Tim O’Brien   The Petroglyph Patrol is a rock art stewardship program initiated by Southwest Utah National Conservation Lands Friends (SUNCLF) in partnership with the BLM St. George Field Office. Trained volunteers monitor visitor activities at the Land Hill Heritage Site in the Santa Clara River Reserve, sharing tips on respectful…

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Message from the Board

Message from Board President Tom Butine   To all of you who care about conserving Southwest Utah, CSU’s Board of Directors invites you to stay in contact with our efforts through our new bi-monthly newsletter.  The creation of this newsletter is a big step for us, and we hope it will help keep you engaged with…

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How Water Works in Utah

Water affects countless aspects of Utah citizens′ lives, impacting our health, economy, environment, and recreation. Yet, possibly because water seems so readily available, the relative scarcity of water in Utah′s semi-arid climate is often overlooked. To continue reading click the link below… How Water Works in Utah

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Water White Paper

This paper describes the conclusions and the underlying basis in conditions, facts and data concerning the current water policy in Utah and Washington County as known by Conserve Southwest Utah. We encourage a discussion between our elected representatives, their constituents and water authorities concerning our conclusions and their basis. To continue reading click the link…

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RMP Comments

Dear St. George RMP Planning Team: As part of the public comment process Citizens for Dixie’s Future (CDF), together with theGreat Old Broads for Wilderness, Center for Biological Diversity, and Southwest Utah Broadband (collectively, “we”), are submitting the following comments on the Beaver Dam Wash and Red Cliffs National Conservation Areas (NCAs) Draft Resource Management…

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