Come and experience this year’s Utah Lake Festival that will be held on Saturday, June 3, 2017, 10am –2 pm at the Utah Lake State Park. You don’t want to miss out on the fun activities that we will have this year including: activities for children, games, sailboat regatta, paddle boarding, and much more. Entrance […]
By Don Allphin Utah Lake is viewed by some as a dirty, muddy, smelly and unsightly reservoir beyond help.
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.
The following guest column is written by Jodi McKee, a fourth grade teacher from southern Utah County and contributor to the Utah Lake curriculum.
Four years ago, 21 area governments — including neighboring municipalities of Utah County, the Department of Natural Resources, and the great state of Utah — created the Utah Lake Commission.
In the wake of the recently completed Hobble Creek Delta restoration at Utah Lake, Local officials are currently conducting a feasibility study towards the restoration of the Provo River Delta.
If there’s one thing Utah Lake isn’t known for, it’s clear blue water. But there’s no reason it can’t be translucent again, preservationists say. Which is why local officials are working hard to restore it.