Poo-Poo Project screens, from the Wyoming-based Teton Raptor Center, have been installed in...
Poo-Poo Project screens, from the Wyoming-based Teton Raptor Center, have been installed in vault toilets by 270 partners throughout the nation, but this is the first time they’ve been part of a Boy Scouts project.
The Davis Energy Recovery Facility, which has been open since 1987, will accept its final load of material Friday before closing on May 31.
“The place is coming alive again,” said Dave Shearer, the marina’s harbormaster. “There was a lot of doubt about whether the lake would ever come back up.”
The Ogden and Logan Ranger Districts of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest are looking for volunteers to join the Adopt-a-Trail program.
Warming weather and heavy snowpack in the mountains have water officials keeping a close eye on Northern Utah’s ever-changing sky.
The high water is going to last for a long time this year. No amount of human intervention will stem the tide.
After a months-long public records battle, the Utah Division of Water Resources has released a deluge of data on municipal water use.
When a book questioning climate change began showing up in several Weber State University professors’ mailboxes this month, they felt frustrated. Now, they’re going to use it as a tool to teach the facts.
From the establishment of the Bear River National Wildlife Refuge in 1928 to many decades of duck hunting, the marshes of the Great Salt Lake have a colorful history.