Tag Archives: Utah

On the Weber: Angling for research

by Paul Burnett One of the greatest rewards in conservation work includes engaging the anglers in research and on-the-ground restoration.  By being involved in these projects, we as anglers come away with a renewed sense of ownership and a deeper … Continue reading

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Water in West: from conflict to cooperation

By Timothy Hawkes, director of TU’s Utah Water Project In the arid West, it’s easy to see water in terms of competition and conflict:  everyone wants some, and there isn’t nearly enough to go around.  That presents a particular challenge … Continue reading

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Public land … your land

I grew up in Colorado. And even now that I live in Idaho (which is today what Colorado was like when I was a kid), I consider Colorado “home.” As a kid, my grandfathers trucked me, my brothers and my … Continue reading

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