A few months ago, I met a nice fellow from American Fork named Scott. We exchanged pleasantries, inquired about one another, and shared a good conversation over lunch.
A little known fact…there’s an island out in Utah Lake! Well, it’s nothing that the family in the classic tale Swiss Family Robinson or Gilligan and his friends would envy.
The fascination of ancient archeological digs is not only found in Egypt and the Middle East, but can also be found in our own backyard.
Although birds flock to Utah Lake year round — making it the no. 1 birding spot in the county — the most active time to see them is during spring and fall migrations, one of which is happening right now.
Utah Lake Commission’s annual fourth Grade Field Trips have expanded in days, attendance, and instructional stations.
The following guest column is written by Jodi McKee, a fourth grade teacher from southern Utah County and contributor to the Utah Lake curriculum.
Exciting, edifying, entertaining, and enlightening describe what over 530 fourth grade students from three Utah County school districts, Alpine, Provo, and Nebo, encountered on their educational field trip to Utah Lake this May.