The phragmites plant is an invasive species found on Utah Lake’s shoreline. While there are some few native phragmites species on the East Coast, the majority of phragmites stands in the country are non-native. And as invasive species go, the phragmites are particularly well adapted at overrunning native plant species and generally crowding out pristine […]
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Numerous water right owners are directly on Utah Lake and tributaries to the Lake. The direct use and storage of this water affects the amount of water in Utah Lake. The State Engineer and several appointed river commissioners regulate the diversion of water from Utah Lake.