Click here to read updates about the algae bloom from the Department of Environmental Quality. On August 22nd, some areas were upgraded from a caution to a warming. Read above link for full details and press release. As of August 2nd, the advisory was reduced to a caution. Click here for the press release. Utah […]
Get your jackets and ice skates ready because ice has started to form on the lake! There are a variety of fun things that you can do at Utah Lake during the winter. Everyone should be aware of these fun opportunities, as well as some ice safety tips: Always check ice thickness before going out onto […]
2015 has been another tough year for water levels at Utah Lake.
It’s been a busy week! The algae bloom that was present last week brought a lot of attention to the lake. Over the last week, several agencies have been taking water samples to determine whether toxins were produced by the algae bloom.
Utah Lake is a highly eutrophic lake. That means it’s rich in nutrients like phosphorus and nitrogen. You may recognize these compounds as fertilizers that will help your grass to grow healthy and green and helps your garden be more productive.
We hope everyone has had the opportunity to recreate on Utah Lake in one form or another this summer. There is so much to do at the lake but unfortunately some recreational activities become limited during certain climate cycles or times of drought.
We’ve been gearing up to approach the legislature to fund the carp removal efforts that have been going on over the past three years. To date, we’ve removed over 13.5 million
If you haven’t noticed, it’s been pretty cold outside for the past couple of weeks.
I never thought I’d see a more impressive electrical storm over Utah Lake when I saw this photo by Bill Church last year.