Several days after her husband Adam’s avalanche death, Summer Andersen felt compelled to do something to help other families. She created the nonprofit Adam Andersen Avalanche Project and raised money to install avalanche warning signs in Island Park, Idaho, near where her husband died.
Like fishing, hunting or simply watching wildlife? You are not alone. In Utah, those activities on Bureau of Land Management acreage generated $7 million in federal tax revenue and $5 million for the state. A new report looks at those activities.
Grant Olsen, KSL.com Contributor | PostedOct 11th - 3:31pm
Cooler weather and smaller crowds are often the reward for those who hit the road for family outings in the fall. Here’s a quick look at three products that could be nice additions to your next vacation.
Members of the Bureau of Land Management's National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board will meet for three days in Salt Lake City, including one morning dedicated to touring a wild horse management herd area.
After recent fish infestations, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources officials have decided to do a water treatment that will kill off fish in Pelican Lake and Maple Lake, and will eventually repopulate the reservoirs.