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Dried up boat docks at Antelope Island State Park.

An update on the Great Salt Lake

Hannah Moore, Contributor January 9, 2024

Economy, environment, ecosystem, culture, wealth and lifestyle — all of these things are affected by the largest salt lake in the Americas. The Great Salt Lake plays an important role in Utah, stretching...

Plants once grown under the Salt Lake have now surfaced and dried up.

Wilson’s water warning

Hunter Lindsey, Reporter November 8, 2022

Weber State University students, faculty and community members gathered in the Lindquist Hall on Nov. 4 to discuss the growing concern over the state of the Great Salt Lake. Utah Rep. Brad Wilson presented...

Dried and cracked salt flats formed from the dried up areas of the Great Salt Lake.

The drying times of The Great Salt Lake

Hunter Lindsey, Reporter November 3, 2022

The once “Great” Salt Lake is dying, the Utah Division of Wildlife Services revealed in a report. The report notes that the lake has lost 44% of its surface area since 1875. DWR also estimates water...

El Gran Lago Seco

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Translator November 3, 2022

El una vez llamdo "Gran" Lago Salado está muriendo, según ha revelado la División de Servicios de Vida Silvestre de Utah en un informe. El informe señala que el lago ha perdido el 44% de su superficie...

The cliffs of Flaming Gorge, Utah above an outlet become hidden by a fog.  (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Finding the beauty in nature

Nikki Dorber March 31, 2021

I remember as a child if I told my parents I was bored, they would give me a crazy look and simply tell me to go outside. At first, I would go outside sulking because, if I am being honest, I was expecting...

Run-off from campus and the surrounding neighborhoods collects in the duck pond. In the spring, that water is used on landscaping. (Ariana Berkemeier/ The Signpost)

Utah’s water in danger of disappearing: an in-depth report on water conservation at WSU

Abigail Payne January 27, 2016

In the midst of one of the strongest El Nino weather patterns in years, it’s hard not to notice the moisture falling from the sky. Utah’s supply of clean water seems plentiful now but it’s in...

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