Oil and gas leases threaten the Old Spanish Historic Trail
by Salt Lake Tribune | July 10, 2020
“The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is in the midst of a massive oil and gas lease sale in Utah. The September sale of 114,000 acres of wild lands in Utah will touch national parks, monuments, proposed wilderness and some of the prettiest red rock vistas in Utah.” ...
Regulations finally coming for scenic air tours over Utah’s national parks but not all pilots like the idea
by Salt Lake Tribune | June 4, 2020
“Scenic overflights at national parks, though pricey, prove popular with tourists. But they have gone largely unregulated despite a 20-year-old law requiring the National Park Service and the Federal Aviation Administration to craft management plans for each of the parks that host ...