environment

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When a section of school trust land west of the tiny town of Bluff, Utah, was nominated for public auction early last year, critics said the action could mean a loss of public access to a popular area of scenic Comb Ridge. Now their fears appear to be coming true.


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Winter is ordinarily a quiet time for Zion, Utah’s most popular national park.

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The Bureau of Land Management in Monticello, Utah, has approved a 6-mile, 5-foot-wide ATV trail in the Indian Creek area near Canyonlands National  Park.


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Will President Obama hand Utah conservationists an early Christmas present?

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A Fort Lewis College student has taken responsibility for defacing a cultural site on Comb Ridge in southeast Utah. 

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