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A New Website to go with our New Name

Conserve Southwest Utah (CSU for short) changed its name from Citizens for Dixie’s Future (CDF) in mid-2016, on our 10th birthday, in order to better communicate our mission through our name.  Now we have a new website to go with our new name.  Please check it out, and send us a note through the link… Read more »

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We changed our name to Conserve Southwest Utah

Citizens for Dixie’s Future, our name for the first 10 years of our existence, didn’t very clearly define who we are.  Yes, we are indeed citizens working toward a vision of the future for  southwest Utah, known locally as Dixie for the early pioneer efforts to grown cotton.  But there are many visions for Dixie’s… Read more »

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RMP Comments extended to November 16, 2015

CLICK HERE FOR RMP Comment Letter The Issues The Alternatives Help Save the NCAs Comment period extended as debate rages over Red Cliffs, Beaver Dam Wash< BLM’s Frequently Asked Questions on RMP:   Click Here:RMP Response by Issue Click Here: House Bill HB 232 scenic byways 2016 Ray Kuehne’s paper on Kuehne, Ownership of Public… Read more »

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Hatch Bill Forces Highway

Hatch Bill Forces Highway  PRESS RELEASE Senator Hatch introduced Senate Bill S. 1783 to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee July 15th at the request of the Washington County Commission. The bill would change critical provisions in the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009, the act that preserves, protects and restores sensitive and… Read more »

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CDF Water Position

1. Conserve and manage our local water supplies first: be exemplary stewards of our own sources before looking elsewhere for more. 2. The Colorado River and the Lake Powell Pipeline are high risk. 3. Aquatic and riparian environments and water quality standards should to be maintained. Click the link below to read more… Click Here:… Read more »

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Water Sustainability Workshop

Water Workshop: A Comprehensive Approach to Achieving Water and Financial Sustainability in Washington County The reports, the powerpoint and the video from the event are posted on our web page at Water Workshop Resources. Agenda Tom Ash resume Read More information. about the event. The workshop was made possible with funding from a grant from… Read more »

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Bike and walking Trail Planning

The Dixie Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) (in collaboration with participant cities, Southern Utah Bicycle Alliance, and the Utah Department of Transportation) is soliciting Requests for Qualifications and Proposal from qualified consultants to create a Regional Bicycle / Pedestrian Transportation Plan to be included in the Dixie 2015-2040 Regional Transportation Plan. The MPO’s intent is to… Read more »

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