The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources recently stopped three boats infested with quagga mussels...
“When you’ve got a tree that’s been around for a long time, stories tend to collect with it,” said Jeran Farley, urban and community forestry coordinator for the Utah Department of Natural Resources. “We as people tend to like things that have history and can tell a...
On a warm spring morning, dozens of biologists and volunteers piled onto boats at the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge to head out on a wild goose chase. Literally.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources recently stopped three boats infested with quagga mussels in Northern Utah. If they hadn’t, the results could have been devastating, officials say.
Plans include a fish ladder to help game and threatened fish species, a new year-round picnic site, improved river access trails and, potentially, early-summer releases for whitewater kayakers and boaters.
The city is aware of how rare the English walnut tree is, but they can’t make any promises about its future.
This past week a fourth home on 600 West was declared unsafe to occupy. And city officials are now making plans for re-routing water, gas and sewer lines if the landslide reaches the road.
Just last year, 10 bodies of water reported algal blooms, including one at Ogden’s 21st Pond and at Mantua Reservoir.