Utah Wilderness News, June 11, 2010

Coloradans have a stake in the future of Utah's public lands

"Utah public lands being considered for possible wilderness designation
concern Coloradans, judging from the number of Colorado license plates
in the area every spring, said Terri Martin, of the Southern Utah
Wilderness Alliance."  Read more – Grand Junction Free Press

Wasatch Wilderness Bill gets hearing in Congress

"The legislation would protect 26,000 acres of land in Mill Creek and Big
and Little Cottonwood canyons. The proposed land-protection measure
would set aside 15,541 acres as wilderness and another 10,480 acres as 'special management' areas with concessions to heli-skiing — off-trail
downhill skiing accessed by a helicopter. The proposal does away with an
all-terrain vehicle trail but preserves another trail for mountain
biking."  Read more – Deseret News