The Geneva Steel Mill in Vineyard has been a landmark in Utah County for more than 50 years, providing thousands of jobs and attracting many businesses to the area. At its peak of operations, Geneva Steel was the largest steel mill west of the... (Read More)
Here at Central Utah Water Conservancy District, you might say that we’ve found ourselves in the business of being prepared since the district was founded in 1964.
It goes beyond preparing water for our customers and reliable sources for future... (Read More)
Monica Hoyt can’t wait to astound audiences again at this year’s Pumpkin Walk, which is being held from 12 to 6pm on Oct. 28 at the Central Utah Gardens.
The distinguished scientist at the Central Utah Water Conservancy District (also its... (Read More)
Remember the extreme snowfall that brought us a bountiful spring run-off, ending a seven-year drought?
In these parts, we followed it up with one of the hottest summers Utah has ever seen, temperatures still nearing 100 degrees Fahrenheit into... (Read More)
Off the top of his head, Gerard Yates can’t say for sure whose drinking water was named the best in the country at the national American Water Works Association conference earlier this summer.
There was so much going on in Philadelphia... (Read More)
By now, you've likely seen roadside stands selling the freshest fruits of the season like juicy red tomatoes, and shiny green peppers. Maybe you've even stopped at the local farmers market for some corn on the cob, zucchini, and ripe... (Read More)
As you’ve probably heard, a new outbreak of algal blooms was sighted in Utah Lake’s Provo Bay, raising concerns of a replay of last year’s infestation.
But, as hundreds of Utahns realized this Fourth of July, it has not affected the... (Read More)
The sun wasn’t the only thing shining at the Central Utah Water Conservancy District’s Water Festival at Central Utah Gardens in May.
On hand to share their innovative efforts in desalination, robotic sprinkler sensors and more... (Read More)
Utah Lake is back in the news again. This time, it's because a community is coming together to keep it algae-free and open to the hundreds of people who enjoy its beaches.
Their efforts can only mean good things to come for its wildlife... (Read More)