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NPS seeks comment on Arches traffic plan
The National Park Service (NPS) is encouraging those interested in reviewing and commenting on a plan to help alleviate traffic and parking congestion in Arches National Park to do so by the Dec. 4...
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Wild turkeys thriving in Utah
As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, many Utahns aren’t aware that they share their state with a thriving population of wild turkeys. Late November is a perfect time to get outside and see them....
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DWR Southeastern Utah Fishing Report
Abajo Mountains: Monticello Lake was stocked with several thousand rainbow and tiger trout this summer. Try using worms and PowerBait to catch them. Spinner lures might also work well in deeper wat...
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Laura Joss named National Park Service Pacific West regional director
Laura Joss, a former Arches National Park superintendent, has been named the regional director for the Pacific West Region of the National Park Service (NPS), according to a news release from Natio...
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On Oct. 3, Maggie Wyatt of the Public Lands Foundation presented the 2017 Landscape Stewardship Award to longtime volunteers, Geoff and Sandy. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) nominated the Freetheys for their service helping BLM develop a world-renowned non-motorized trail system, promote responsible recreation, and improve public lands surrounding Moab.                        Photo courtesy BLM
    On Oct. 3, Maggie Wyatt of the Public Lands Foundation presented the 2017 Landscape Stewardship Award to longtime volunteers, Geoff and Sandy. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) nominated the Freetheys for their service helping BLM develop a world-renowned non-motorized trail system, promote responsible recreation, and improve public lands surrounding Moab. Photo courtesy BLM
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