Thousands of Utahns will be recreating this summer, and should remain vigilant about wildfire safety.
Because of our statewide responsibilities, DNR employees are well-traveled and have acquired fantastic opinions about many of Utah’s small town eateries. Here are our top 5 small town eateries throughout Utah worth trying, and what each town has to offer in terms of recreation:
Utah State Parks and Recreation recently launched the “Nobody is Invincible” safety campaign. The campaign, launched through Utah State Park and Recreation’s Boating and Off-Highway Vehicle Programs, encourages Utahns to wear a life jacket while boating and a helmet while riding OHVs this summer to avoid injuries and fatalities.
Utah’s Watershed Restoration Initiative, coordinated by the Utah Department of Natural Resources (DNR), recently announced a $2 million funding opportunity for those interested in range, forest and woodland water developments.
During peak runoff season, high water can be attractive — especially for kids. But it only takes a second of turning your back for a loved one to fall in the water.
The Utah Department of Natural Resources (DNR) celebrated the opening of its new Richfield Regional Complex located at 2031 South Industrial Park Road in Richfield with an official ribbon cutting ceremony.