by Kyle Strayer
The winter season is in full force this year in Utah, with above-average snowfall and chilly temps all along the Wasatch Front.
You might think all this snow means the end of biking season, but with just a few changes in your habits, you can continue to travel on two wheels year-round.
Read on for our guide to staying safe, warm, and happy while commuting or riding for fun during the colder months: Read more
Where have all the winters gone? Local consequences of climate change
Thursday, April 16 from 7-8:30 p.m.
Malouf Hall 201, Westminster College
- Laura Briefer, Water Resources Manager, Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities
- Maura Olivos, Sustainability Coordinator & Ecologist, Alta Ski Area
- Court Strong, Assistant Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Utah
- Moderator: Brent Olson, Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies, Westminster College
Take a virtual winter stroll through Salt Lake City’s Hidden Hollow Park with these awesome tours, courtesy of the Open Space Program.
Click on the images below to begin your virtual tour!
Hidden Hollow Winter Walk (A) by jpete on Photosynth Read more
Although the Downtown Farmers Market is in its final days of the season, another farmers market is on the horizon for Salt Lake City residents.
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker and the Downtown Alliance recently announced the arrival of a new Winter Farmers Market that will take up residence in the Rio Grande Depot.
Opening day is scheduled for Saturday, November 9. The Winter Farmers Market will take place every other Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. through April 26.
Officials are heralding this as an important step towards a year round market, similar to those seen in Seattle, Portland and Madison, Wisconsin.
Roughly 50 vendors are slated to participate, offering fresh produce, meat, bread, honey, eggs and other items.