Coal strip mine threatens Bryce Canyon; public lands=resilient economies; Utah congressmen attack Utah public lands; roadless areas upheld; help the Parley/Pratt trail.
2011: A year of dance and revolution.
Gov. Herbert advocates dirty air; war on the Wasatch backcountry; artists for Canyonlands; Bishop and Big Oil; D.C. tar sands protests resume.
Diwali: Remebering the Buddhist neighbors.
Tar sands protests; Rolling Stone says, "Pardon Tim"; solar Salt Lake; NW Quadrant news; rec industry decries anti-wilderness attitude.
Looking forward to the 2011-12 season of dance.
Environmental news from around the state and the west.
An interview with Ellen Bromberg on this month's 8th International Dance for the Camera Festival at the University of Utah.
Snake Valley Aquifer hearing; National Parks rate only fair; Glen Canyon news; SLC Bikeways map; Sugar House bike tunnel coming.
Salazar yanks wildlands policy; Salt Cree: byway, not highway; SUWA requests to save sensitive lands; Killyon Canyon dedicated; mine expansion comments; environmental progress report for Utah.
by Amy Brunvand