Resources

 

CUV Town Hall Archive

Conserve Utah Valley hosts Town Hall Meetings as a means to keep people educated and engaged as topics of interest arise. We’ve covered topics ranging from the Bonneville Shoreline Trail to Utah Lake. Find our library of past Town Hall Meetings here.

CUV Podcast: Utah Lake Update

Latest News & Upcoming Events

Event Planning Intern for Conserve Utah Valley

About Conserve Utah Valley Conserve Utah Valley is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to protecting and sustaining the treasured canyons, foothills, open spaces, and waters of Utah Valley.  Conserve Utah Valley seeks to work collaboratively with all levels...

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Open Lands Conference Recording

On Wednesday January 10th, 2024 Conserve Utah Valley and Utah Open Lands hosted a conference on conserving agricultural lands. A goal common to both these organizations is to preserve the nature of rural communities by protecting greenspace and farmland from...

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It’s Time To Save Another Lake

In 2021, Conserve Utah Valley was a fledgling grassroots organization. We got our start when Bridal Veil Falls, a natural treasure of Utah Valley, was under threat of private development. After a few intense months of work, the Falls was preserved by an Utah Open...

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New Podcast on Utah Lake

BYUradio recently published a new podcast episode on their Constant Wonder series. In it, the host interviews a variety of experts on Utah Lake to bring its challenges and successes to light. To listen to this episode, visit BYUradio.

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LRS has officially dissolved

Photo by Jared TamezConserve Utah Valley just received word that Lake Restoration Solutions, LLC (LRS) has been dissolved. While we are still waiting to see how this will affect the lawsuits they brought against Ben Abbott and the State, it is clear that LRS will not...

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CUV Town Hall: Spanish Fork Inland Port

We had a great turnout and an interesting discussion at our most recent Town Hall meeting on June 8th. We hosted it at the Spanish Fork Library which worked well for our event. Nearly 100 people showed up either in person or virtually to learn more about the proposed...

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