Need the perfect way to kick off the summer with the family? Three words—Utah. Lake. Festival. The Utah Lake Commission staff knows just how important it is to start the summer off the right way. So each year they partner with June Sucker Recovery Implementation Program, and the Utah Department of Natural Resources to put […]
A few months ago, I met a nice fellow from American Fork named Scott. We exchanged pleasantries, inquired about one another, and shared a good conversation over lunch.
As a member of the Utah Lake Commission, American Fork City is sailing into the future as a leader. Mayor James H. Hadfield is the captain at the helm steering his city into greater and more productive times to come.
Last year, we began treatment on 250 acres of phragmites growing in Saratoga Bay and it has proven to be a great success!
Regardless of who or what you are, a checkered past is not an easy thing to escape.
We’ve already said our piece on the subject. Now let KSL, the largest news organization in the state of Utah, tell their’s:
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.
Utah Lake is green some of the time. Murky all of the time. Consequently, residents often wonder: Is Utah Lake polluted?
As the longest sitting Chamber president in the state of Utah (27 years), native Steve Densley