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BLM, Forest Service to sell Christmas tree-cutting permits through Dec. 24
The Moab and Monticello offices of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) are now selling non-commercial permits for those who would like to cut pinyon pine and juniper Christmas trees. The permits wi...
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Forest Service bans use of exploding targets
The U.S. Forest Service is banning the use of explosives and exploding targets on national forests and grasslands within the Intermountain Region of the Forest Service. The ban became effective Jul...
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Park Service seeks comments on proposed road projects in Arches
The National Park Service (NPS) is seeking public comments to help identify issues associated with a proposed road maintenance and modifications project at Arches National Park. Comments will be us...
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Utah DWR requires decontamination of all boats before leaving Lake Powell
Order issued after quagga and zebra mussels are found in the lake
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  • <b><i>Stormy weather...<br></b></i>
A waterfall created by heavy rains flows from the mesa top at a spot along Kane Creek on Saturday, Aug. 23. This week, powerful rains again hit the Moab Valley, forcing the closure of some backcountry roads and sending fresh waterfalls streaming down rock walls throughout the area. On Tuesday, Sept. 9, the Moab area received 0.70 inches of rain throughout the day, according to Ron Pierce, the area’s official observer for the National Weather Service. Photo by Tim Higgs
    Stormy weather...
    A waterfall created by heavy rains flows from the mesa top at a spot along Kane Creek on Saturday, Aug. 23. This week, powerful rains again hit the Moab Valley, forcing the closure of some backcountry roads and sending fresh waterfalls streaming down rock walls throughout the area. On Tuesday, Sept. 9, the Moab area received 0.70 inches of rain throughout the day, according to Ron Pierce, the area’s official observer for the National Weather Service. Photo by Tim Higgs
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