• October 14, 2020

    We throw out the term “protecting public land” a lot, but when was the last time we stepped back and thought about what it means? Does it mean free access to recreate? Does it mean a place for the plants and animals to thrive? Does it mean leaving a legacy the next generation can be proud of? And ...

  • October 5, 2020

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    First, we had the collapse of the Cottonwood Canyons Transportation Action Plan, the ignorance of UDOT's Little Cottonwood Canyon Environmental Impact Study (LCC EIS), and now we’re back dealing with the Central Wasatch Commissions (CWC) has released its Mountain ...

  • September 22, 2020

    The severe windstorm that hit northern Utah last week wreaked havoc on the trees and structures of Salt Lake. Volunteers have removed hundreds of fallen trees and limbs from neighborhoods and streets but the damage is evident. The storm also took a toll on our beloved canyons, where many young as ...