Utah Division of Water Resources Utah Rolls Back Hydroelectric Power Plans For Lake Powell Pipeline By Nate Hegyi • Sep 25, 2019 Bernard Spragg / Flickr Utah officials are drastically scaling back hydroelectric power plans for the controversial Lake Powell pipeline, saying the move will save taxpayers $100 million dollars on the proposed project. Funding's Available To Cover Lake Powell Pipeline Costs, Proponents Say By Judy Fahys • Feb 20, 2019 istock.com / sjgh Proponents of the Lake Powell Pipeline say they’re confident they can raise enough money from southwestern Utah water users to repay any loans from state taxpayers. Rain Aside, Water Open Houses Probe Conservation Solutions By Judy Fahys • Oct 10, 2018 Brendan Waterman/Natural Resources Conservation Service A series of water conservation open houses winds down next week on the heels of national weather data showing that Utah just ended its driest year recorded history. Wrench In Lake Powell Pipeline Proposal? State Wants To Know If More Federal Agencies Will Decide By Judy Fahys • Jan 4, 2018 Judy Fahys/KUER Listen Listening... / 1:33 The state’s making progress on its proposal for the Lake Powell Pipeline. But now it’s asking to pause its federal license long enough to get an answer to a crucial question. Licensing Agency Fields Complaints About Proposed Lake Powell Pipeline By Judy Fahys • Feb 29, 2016 Judy Fahys/KUER Listen Listening... / 1:35 Opposition has poured in against the proposed Lake Powell Pipeline as the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ended a public comment period on Monday. Researchers Warn About Impacts of Shrinking Great Salt Lake By Nicole Nixon • Feb 24, 2016 Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Listen Listening... / 1:23 Researchers say the Great Salt Lake is on its way to completely drying up. Officials from Utah State University and the Utah Division of Water Resources released a white paper detailing the impact water development has had on the Great Salt Lake. Big Water Funding Bill Passes Senate -- With Objections By Judy Fahys • Feb 12, 2016 Judy Fahys/KUER Listen Listening... / 1:40 Utah senators passed a bill Friday to start saving money for big water projects in a move opposed on environmental and fiscal grounds.