Erika Wilde is a local triathlete who uses Utah Lake and the surrounding area as her home base for training. Her name may sound familiar to you, because we have featured her before on our blog! This post is the final chapter in what Wilde calls her “Utah Lake Triathlon”. “I grew up in Orem. I could […]
Understanding why Utah Lake’s water levels are so low right now, and why they change so much.
Ten years ago, The June Sucker Recovery Implementation Program produced the video Utah Lake: Legacy. As Utahns celebrate Pioneer Day this week, we thought it would be a fitting time to invite Utah Lake users to watch this video
In order to truly understand the potential that Utah Lake has, it is helpful to look into the past and see the history of the lake. We wanted to share some great pictures that we have been able to gather about Utah Lake’s history. Take a look at each one and then vote for your […]
Regardless of who or what you are, a checkered past is not an easy thing to escape.
It’s hard to believe, but five years ago today, the Utah Lake Commission held its first meeting as an officially recognized organization.
In addition to staging a boxing match, what else were Utahns doing at the bottom of the lake when it was largely dried up 75 years ago?
What’s more important: Conserve water so that farmers can use it in dryer months to irrigate crops… or protect the rights of property owners surrounding the water source
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: