Melissa Fields for the Utah Office of Tourism | Posted Aug. 11 - 3:00 p.m.
The desert areas covering much of Utah aren't covered by much vegetation and in these places decomposition of human waste takes a long time. Utah's public lands — from the High Uintas Wilderness to Lake Powell — belong to all of us. One way we can all do our part in protecting them is by not crapping all over them.
Paula Colman for the Utah Office of Tourism. | Posted July 1 - 3:00 p.m.
With snow-capped summits and red rock cliffs, Utah is the ideal background for social media moments. When visiting Utah we invite you to take many pictures but leave no trace on your heads or our hoodoos.
Paula Colman for the Utah Office of Tourism. | Posted June 17 - 7:00 p.m.
With more bikers hitting these famed flow trails and gravel paths each year, it's become more important to respect the top five rules of the ride to make sure riders are picking bugs from their teeth and not debris from their kneecaps.