For someone who has been birding for more than 40 years, Merrill Webb is as passionate as ever about watching birds.
Below is the first of several upcoming profiles of avid Utah Lake users.
Every now and again, our thoughts and perspectives are uplifted by a story.
Utah Lake has been around a long time, so you’d think its boundaries would have been settled long ago. Not so says, Dick Buehler of Utah Department of Natural Resources.
Since they sit atop the food chain, humans wield a lot of power over their environment.
With 96,000 acres, there are multiple ways to access Utah Lake. And of course, you can always reach it the old fashioned way: head towards it until you reach water.
It’s easy to see the most popular stories on UtahLake.gov—just look to your right for the big blue rectangle. But in case you missed them originally, here are a few lower-profile articles you might also enjoy:
As the third largest lake west of the Mississippi, there’s a lot to see at Utah Lake. After all, the sprawling body of water is 24 miles long and 12 miles wide.
In the wake of the recently completed Hobble Creek Delta restoration at Utah Lake, Local officials are currently conducting a feasibility study towards the restoration of the Provo River Delta.