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Don't Drink the Water

Recent events in Flint Michigan reaffirm the tenuous but critical relationship we have with water.  Recent events in my life have made me wonder increasingly what the… 393 more words

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Great Salt Lake hits record water level lows, experts say

SALT LAKE CITY — We’ve hit a new record low on the north arm of the Great Salt Lake. Hydrologists say levels have not been this shallow since the 1960s. 416 more words

News

Salt Lake City - A Reflection

Let there be no doubt, my family is irrevocably, and irretrievably, tied to Salt Lake City.

The highlight of every Summer of my childhood was a family vacation to visit my Grandma in Salt Lake City… 273 more words

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Go West, Young (Wo)Man

Several years ago, while partaking in an adult beverage with some fellow Road Runners after a full moon fun run, we spotted some swag sporting the intriguing name “The Other Half Marathon.”   After a surreptitious closer inspection of the fine print and a quick google search by Jaime, the intrigue increased.   645 more words

The Animal that lives for 10,000 years

One creature can survive for millennia in the so-called ‘Sea of Death’

  • By Zaria Gorvett

17 December 2015… 2,054 more words

Opinion

A Visit to Saltair

In August 2015 I took Hannah (9) to the shore of the Great Salt Lake.  We stepped onto the dry salt-crusted sand, rough and hard on our bare feet.   442 more words

Memoir

Utah's Sanctuary: New documentary about Great Salt Lake, Saltair

Last summer I was contacted by BYU Broadcasting to provide commentary for a new documentary about Great Salt Lake and Saltair.  I had a wonderful time working with Director Rob Sibley and his crew, and I think the documentary turned out great. 220 more words

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