As part of our Adopt-the-Shoreline program, the Utah Lake Commission will be coordinating the first annual Utah Lake Cleanup Day on Saturday, September 19th.
Below is a list of the official public access points to Utah Lake. They are listed geographically starting with the American Fork Boat Harbor and going clockwise around the lake.
A local Boy Scout named Jacob Faber has been working on an Eagle Project that is designed to increase awareness about the endangered June Sucker.
With the publicity that Utah Lake has had over the past few weeks, some of you might be wondering what you can do to help make Utah Lake a better place.
Last week, a survey was mailed to almost 1,500 randomly selected residents of Utah County asking them a series of questions about Utah Lake. Perhaps you were one of the lucky ones….
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Each semester the Utah Lake Commission takes on 2-4 non paid interns. This internship allows students to gain valuable experience in: marketing, public relations and event design.
Interns receive an annual Utah State Parks Pass.
Saturday, April 20th, come help us clean up the land west of Utah Lake near Saratoga Springs.
During a break, we have an archeologist coming to teach us about the Native American petroglyphs in the area! It will be SO COOL! 🌀