Just in case you missed it, our friend Pierce Kettering created some great content explaining some of the reasons we oppose the Northern Corridor. Conserve Southwest Utah is also continuing the fight, check out their progress and updates here.
You may have recently received an email from Washington County encouraging you as a local to comment in favor of the Northern Corridor. This email provided 4 “myths” and the Commissioners’ explanations to dispel your concerns and show you that everything is hunky-dory. Well, let’s take a look. Quoted from email: “Myth #1: Dig first,Continue reading “Busting the Commissioner’s Myths”
Dear Southern Utah, Hi. It’s me again, Uncle Knux. Come on in, find a comfy spot, this might be a long one. As per the usual, we’ll have refreshments when we’re done and there’s beer in the cooler. We need to chat about a few things. Some of them you may have never heard ofContinue reading “Dear Southern Utah”
Sign the petition to Save Pioneer Park and stop the Northern Corridor here. And then complete the To Do List.
August 29th, 7-11 AM Join us for a celebration of this beautiful piece of land just above our city and help us raise awareness of the downsides to the Northern Corridor, the importance of open space and to Save Pioneer Park! Itinerary: 7:00 AM Meet and Greet with Coffee Pioneer Park Pavilion 7:00 AM BackcountryContinue reading “Celebrate Pioneer Park”
“The greatest of all historical shams is believing you cannot do something you can.” – Mischeif Brew. We can beat this. It’s going take some work and we all need to be involved, but we can beat it. Below you will see a to do list. It’s not a pick and choose your adventure, it’sContinue reading “To Do List”
Join us for a hike where the proposed highway would dissect our desert. Full details found on the Facebook event here.
Dear Southern Utah, We need to have a little chat. Don’t worry, come in, sit down. Uncle Knux won’t hurt you. There will be a slide show at the end and refreshments will be served. So sit down and let’s get started. Let me open with a simple question, do you want to live inContinue reading “Dear Southern Utah”