Utah Food

Taylor Honey has been selling honey in Washington County since 1972

A local beekeeper continues his family tradition by involving his children in the beekeeping business. Jared Taylor, the owner of Taylor Honey, has been a beekeeper since he was a child when he helped his own father take care of the beehives. Now Tayor has her own children who help …

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New Report for America reporter hopes to help uplift communities on the west side of the Salt Lake Valley

Public policies influence everything from the quality of the air that communities breathe to the ability of residents to afford the essentials for daily life. I learned this at a very young age growing up in Venezuela. The scarcity of energy and food was always a hot topic in everyone’s …

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Utah medical cannabis cultivation license lawsuit

SALT LAKE CITY – Legal action has been filed against Utah’s medical cannabis cultivation system by a company that has been turned down for a license. JLPR Inc. filed a lawsuit over the weekend against the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food, including former agency officials involved in the medical …

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Come to the Carbon Corridor for music, arts, crafts and more this summer

As it all reopens, one of the things people are most excited about is the return of live music. Getting together with loved ones and new friends and enjoying the summer sun, what more could you ask for? There is nothing quite like basking in the sun while listening to …

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California eliminates algae that crowd out marine animal food – ABC4 Utah

through: AMY TAXIN, Associated Press Posted: Jul 7, 2021 / 10:19 PM MDT / Update: Jul 7, 2021 / 10:19 PM MDT Marine scientist Robert Mooney shows Caulerpa, an evasive algae, which is removed from the Chinese coast in Corona del Mar, Calif. On Wednesday, July 7, 2021 (Mindy Schauer …

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Ask an expert: coexist with wildlife during a drought

Just as humans must learn to adapt to changes in water availability during a drought, so do wildlife. Less water means less habitat available for wildlife, and since Utah is home to significant numbers of wildlife, prolonged drought can create a perfect storm for human-wildlife conflict at the city-wilderness interface. …

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Real Salt Lake win Nashville SC first visit to Utah draw

SANDY – Real Salt Lake won their first draw of the season on Saturday night. The home side followed the lead of the visitors, Nashville SC, who found their fourth place finish in five games. David Ochoa made three saves in his first career shutout, but Real Salt Lake couldn’t …

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Worry About Finding Summer Workers In A Pandemic – ABC4 Utah

BOSTON (AP) – The owner of seafood restaurants on Cape Cod has cut lunch service and delayed opening some places because his summer influx of foreign workers has yet to arrive. Over a thousand miles away, a Jamaican couple wonder if the rest of their extended family can join them …

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Sheriff SLCo’s SAR crew rescue 2 cliff skiers in Little Cottonwood Canyon

Photo: Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah, April 18, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) – Search and rescue teams from the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office spent Friday evening rescuing two stranded skiers in Little Cottonwood Canyon. The crews were called at 8:20 p.m. to help two …

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No threat of giant hornets in southern Utah, but there are other bugs to worry about – St George News

ST. GEORGE – What’s bothering people in southern Utah this spring? Fortunately, not the Asian giant hornets that have appeared in Washington state. Due to the dry climate, Utah State University arthropod diagnostics specialist Zach Schumm doesn’t expect the Asian giant hornet to establish itself here. Asian Giant Hornets Exhibition, …

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