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Grazing Conference to Address "Uncertainty" for Utah Ranchers

The Utah Farm Bureau and Utah Public Lands Policy Coordinating Office (PLPCO) are sponsoring a Livestock Grazing Rights Conference to address growing uncertainty facing Utah ranchers and rural communities. The conference will be held February 18 at t...

BLM and SITLA Enter into Wild Horse Management Agreement

The Bureau of Land Management and Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) announced

Sen. Lee speaks about his Emery County tele-conference

What do coal-fired power plants and public lands have in common? For one thing, you can find an abundance of both in Emery County. But there's more: both are routinely targeted for excessive regulation by the Executive Branch of the federal governm...

February State Park Events

5 days ago

With winter in full-swing, February is the time to visit one of the 43 Utah State Parks. The cool temperatures and falling snow allow visitors a new look into the incredible outdoor recreation opportunities available to them. So whether you want to ...

Questar Corporation and Dominion Resources to Combine

5 days ago

Utah-based Questar Corp.and Virginia-based

PacifiCorp ready to take comments to hearing

15 days ago

Utah's Regional Haze State Implementation Plan Revision

Opportunity for public comments on air quality

15 days ago

A public hearing by the Environmental Protection Agency for Approval, Disapproval and Promulgation of Air Quality Implementation Plans; Partial Approval and Partial Disapproval of Air Quality Implementation Plans and Federal Implementation Plan; Uta...

Local juveniles shoot deer near Orangeville

15 days ago

Utah Division of Wildlife Resources officers are currently investigating and following up on two separate cases involving the alleged poaching of multiple deer. One in Tooele County and a case in Emery County. Officers believe the poaching took place...

Lee Applauds Release of Utah Public Lands Initiative

20 days ago

Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) issued the following statement Wednesday on Reps. Rob Bishop's (R-UT) and Jason Chaffetz's (R-UT) Public Land Initiative.

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