Salt Lake City, UT – The Bear River is the main source for the Great Salt Lake, and on its journey from the high Uinta Mountains through three Western States, the water is used for habitat, farms, electricity, recreation, lawns and homes. Craig Denton has written a new book, and in it, he describes how Urban Utah's thirst for water will chart the course of the river. Thursday on the program, Denton joins Doug as part of Water Wise Utah.
- Water Wise Utah is a collaborative University of Utah project to raise awareness of critical water issues.
- Learn more about Water Wise Utah and Water Wise Week Calendar of Events
- Craig Denton's photographs and commentaries on the Bear River will be on exhibit at the Utah Museum of Natural History through December 31. Click here or call 581-6927 for more information.
- Listen to KUER's Jenny Brundin's report Taking the Pledge on parking strip xeriscaping.
- Listen to KUER's Tasha Cook's Water Wise in Industry, which looks at looks at the business of garden centers and nurseries.
- Listen to KUER's Dan Bammes' Utah Water Laws Discourage Conservation on Farms
- Learn more about The Future of the Bear River on KUED's Utah Now hosted by Ken Verdoia.
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