Imposing fees at public lands — like those looming for Pineview Reservoir — could dissuade low-income residents from recreating.
In the latest episode of the Out Standing in a Field podcast, Leia Larsen and Benjamin Zack learn about how scientists and engineers in Utah are playing an important role in taking humans beyond Earth orbit.
When Jen Stankiewicz and Andy Van Zandt, both 37, first moved to Utah, they said the obsession with weddings surprised them.
It’s hard to pin down the day Samuel, 22, and Serena, 24, became an official couple. But it didn’t take them long to realize they wanted to spend eternity together.
Leontra, 28, met Tiara, 27, online four years ago. At the time, they weren’t looking for anything serious.
They’ve been called “extravagant.” Full of stressful expectations. An “industrial complex” (like the military). And the beginning of a new life for two people in love.
Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-story series on the fate of public access to the Weber River. This story explores the perspectives of landowners living along the river and the boaters and anglers who use it for recreation. Part one explained the background and legal status of whether riverbeds belong to private landholders or the public.