Monday, August 10, 2020

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Moab, UT

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    Know how to ‘go’ when nature calls

    How to enjoy Utah’s public lands by learning responsible outdoor bathroom etiquette.

    Spadefoot frog: Rarely seen local species

    There are three species of spadefoots known to live in Utah

    Arches, Canyonlands begin to open campgrounds

    All standard campsites and both group sites will be fully reservable through www.Recreation.gov or by calling 877-444-6777.

    Officials: Lodging noncompliance concentrated in dispersed campgrounds

    Separately, campground owner challenges lodging restriction Reported violations of Moab’s March 17 lodging restriction...

    DWR offers tips for staying safe in bear country

    Keep campsites clean, stand your ground Utah is bear country and bears are amazing animals....

    BLM seeks more public input on Monticello, Richfield plans

    The Bureau of Land Management recently released two draft recreation business plans for public comment. One plan covers lands within the Monticello...

    Camping season extended at Ruby-Horsethief

    The Bureau of Land Management has extended the fee-required camping season on the increasingly popular Ruby-Horsethief section of the Colorado River.

    County eyes TRT from campers

    Officials: Impacts taking toll on resources, budgets It cost $20 a day to stay...

    Too many campers, too few spaces

    Another ripple effect of Moab’s booming tourism economy – out of control dispersed camping

    BLM seeks to end primitive camping at Klondike Bluffs

    Damage to environment leads to push for campgrounds Citing damage to wildlife habitats –...

    BLM proposes more campsites at Rabbit Valley

    Public lands near the state line between Moab and Grand Junction are being heavy hit by an increasing number of campers, so...

    New campgrounds at Klondike Bluffs?

    BLM taking comments on visitor amenities outside Arches The Bureau of Land Management seeks...

    Trail review: Amazing vistas but be prepared!

    The views are breathtaking, but the time and teamwork to traverse the 18.9-mile trail was what made the adventure a memory of a lifetime

    Tales of Trails: Get ‘On Top of the World’ to see spectacular views

    The Top of the World Trail is about 19 miles long in and out from the pavement on Highway 128 near Dewey Bridge.

    County: No avoiding tax hike — even during a pandemic

    Were the property tax increase to be rescinded, he said Grand County “would literally be totally broke.”

    Off and running, seeking new team members

    Members of the Grand County High School cross-country team hold their first practice of the season Monday morning. Coach Randy Martin said he’s looking for more students to join the team.