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Hiking Southern Utah: Yant Flat

Hiking Southern Utah: Yant Flat

Article and photos by Ashley Gilreath Hiking Southern Utah: Yant Flat Trail name: Yant Flat Elevation gain: Entirely dependent on how much exploring of the flats you...
Conserve Southwest Utah, the Conservation Lands Foundation, and The Wilderness Society defend Red Cliffs and Beaver Dam Wash National Conservation Areas.

Conservation groups defend Red Cliffs and Beaver Dam Wash National Conservation...

On March 23, Conserve Southwest Utah, the Conservation Lands Foundation, and The Wilderness Society filed a motion to intervene in Washington County’s appeal in...
Hiking Southern Utah: Yellow Knolls Trail

Hiking Southern Utah: Yellow Knolls Trail

Written by Ashley Gilreath Hiking Southern Utah: Yellow Knolls Trail Trail name: Yellow Knolls Trail Distance: 4 miles roundtrip Elevation Change: 537 ft Directions: From Interstate 15 Exit 8,...
BLM draft Resource Management Plans

CDF responds to BLM draft Resource Management Plans concerns in advance...

On Friday, Jan. 22, the House Committee on Natural Resources is holding a public hearing in St. George regarding management restrictions in the BLM’s...
Washington County commissioners angry BLM draft management plan

Washington County commissioners angry over BLM draft management plan

Washington County officials are expressing outrage in regards to a recently released Bureau of Land Management draft resource management plan. The conflict results from...
The Ghost Highway: The battle for the Northern Corridor, part III

The Ghost Highway: The battle for the Northern Corridor, part III

Twenty years from now, the quiet desert north of St. George might look very different. There might be a four-lane highway winding its way...
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The Ghost Highway: The battle for the Northern Corridor, part II

The battle for the Northern Corridor, part II: The builders written by Don Gilman The St. George area has been growing at a large rate for...