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Watershed

The United (Watershed) States of America

The story begins with John Wesley Powell, the great one-armed adventurer and geologist. He was made famous for his successful runs through the Colorado River in 1869 and 1872. But perhaps his most important legacy rests in a lesser-known deed:…

Wasatch Front

Land Use Matters

With the majority of the state’s population residing along a 100 mile stretch of the Wasatch Front and Back, and with the large portion of that along the Wasatch Front land use becomes critical. Utah has a unique geographical situation…

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Best Small Cities for Families

A big THANK YOU to NerdWallet for researching and posting these stats! We are proud Utah landed on the list not one, but eight times! ___________________________________________________________ Many Americans dream of raising a family in a tight-knit, safe community with a…

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How to challenge the taxable value of your property

What You Need to Challenge the Taxable Value of Your Property in Utah To successfully challenge the taxable value, you’ll need to establish at least one of the following facts: The tax assessor relied on information that is incorrect or incomplete….

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To Utah by stagecoach

The stagecoach is a legendary symbol of the American West, part of a transportation network that spanned the continent. How did Utah fit into this network? Traveling to Utah was difficult – to say the least – in the mid-19th…

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Summer Road Construction

We’re right in the middle of summer, which means we’re in the middle of road construction season. John Gleason from the Utah Department of Transportation gives us an update on projects that we should keep in mind. Here are some…

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American flag flies high in Pleasant Grove

  PLEASANT GROVE, Utah — A 30- by 60-foot American flag was strung up over the canyon in Pleasant Grove as a patriotic salute for the Fourth of July. What started out as an idea to surprise people, to make…

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Utah joins lawsuit over federal fracking rule

SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert said Utah will join three other states in a legal challenge to a new federal rule that governs hydraulic fracturing, arguing the fledgling regulation duplicates what states are already doing and will be…

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Water Year Worries

It’s no mystery that Utah is considered a desert, especially with the above normal temperatures of February and little precipitation that occurred that month. People may be wondering what this all means for Utah’s water year. Will there be enough…

Caitlin Boden of Salem combs her purebred black angus heifer as she and other participants from FFA and 4H programs prepare for the Utah State Junior Livestock Show at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds Wednesday, May 3, 2006. (Jason Olson, Deseret News)

FFA inspires future farmers and more

FFA is a program that we hold in high regard. Brooke Glaittli, the founder of UtahLandowners.com is proud to have been a member of the FFA and is a continual supporter. Seeing the growth that it provides to its young members is exciting!…