Utah

Bears Ears National Monument: Of Spirit and Nature

Bears Ears National Monument is a place where Native American culture intertwines with the high desert of the Grand Gulch Plateau in southeastern Utah. Hiking through this expansive landscape, with …

First Utah Certified Community Wildlife Habitat

The effort was led by an amazing team of volunteers with the Cache Valley Wildlife Association and our Team Leader, Ron Hellstern. Ron took me on a tour of Nibley pointing …

Lightning strike over Dead Horse Point State Park

Photo of the Day: Lightning Strike

This Photo of the Day was donated by a participant in the annual National Wildlife Photo Contest. See more photos or sign up for the 43rd Annual National Wildlife Photo …

Beavers Save Bay from Brunt of Spill – But Pay the Price

Beavers have proved over and over again how valuable they and their impressive dams are. The wetlands created by the dams increase and support biological diversity. The dams filter silt …

Thunderstorm over the Dirty Devil River in Utah

Photo of the Day: Storm Over Dirty Devil River

North Dakota: The Spills Keep Coming (Video)

(Video) NWF’s Schweiger Hits National Airwaves Denouncing Dirty Fuels

A Tiny Battery That Stores Enough Solar Energy To Run A House For 24 Hours

A new battery is helping to store enough power to greatly improve the overall effectiveness of alternative energy. Times of India reports: “A Utah-based company has found a new way …

U.S. Government Maps Best Solar Regions

  |   July 7, 2009

The need for alternative energy could redefine the American landscape including how it is mapped and ultimately managed. CNet News: GreenTech reports: “The U.S. Bureau of Land Management, in conjunction …

Let’s Go Slow on Oil Shale

Underneath a 1,300 square mile area along the T-shaped border of Colorado, Utah and Wyoming lies more estimated oil–in the form of oil shale–than all the oil in of Saudi …

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