• July 22, 2019

    Pika are a rabbit like mammal that inhabits Rocky Mountain slopes, known as talus in high elevation areas such as the upper reaches of the Wasatch Mountains. In North America, the Pika depends upon the forage of wildflowers, grasses, and mosses as its main source of food to sustain it year round. ...

  • June 3, 2019

    This document will provide volunteers the information that is helpful when talking to the community about Save Our Canyons. We hope you find it rewarding and fun to share with event attendees why you are invested in helping protect the Wasatch Range, we’ll also ask that you help hand out materials ...

  • May 23, 2019

    Save Our Canyons Summary And Fact Sheet of UDOT’s LCC EIS

    This summary and fact sheet should help Save Our Canyons members understand and craft their comments to Utah Department Of Transportation’s (UDOT) Little Cottonwood Canyon (LCC) Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).

    As a reminder you can ...