By Don Allphin Utah Lake is viewed by some as a dirty, muddy, smelly and unsightly reservoir beyond help.
PF Manufacturing out of Montana is mostly in the business of making mine sweepers—mini tanks used by the military to sniff out bombs.
With a fish net the size of three football fields, commercial fisherman are hard at work right now removing 40 million pounds of carp from Utah Lake, KSL reports.
You may recall the short story we did a few months ago on plans to restore the Provo River delta.
For someone who has been birding for more than 40 years, Merrill Webb is as passionate as ever about watching birds.
Grab your gun. It’s hunting season.
If you are a regular reader, you probably remember the article we wrote in June titled “Vile weed: Restoring shoreline with controlled weed removal.”
Columnist Doug Larson once wrote, “If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there’d be a shortage of fishing poles.”
A few weeks ago, we published a story highlighting our efforts to restore the shoreline of Utah Lake to a more natural state, free of invasive species–primarily phragmites.