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Folder contains congressional records, newspaper clippings, correspondence, maps, and reports from 1962 to 1965 that pertain to the salinity of the Colorado River in the Western United States and its negative affects on irrigation and agriculture...


Folder contains statements, congressional records, legislative bills, correspondence, and reports from 1972 concerning the salinity problem of the Colorado River in the Western United States. The material details information about the Colorado...

1972-09-30
Folders contain reports, correspondence, congressional records, maps, bills, resolutions, and newspaper articles from 1955 to1959 dealing with different water projects in the Western United States. The material provides information about...


Folders contain correspondence, legislative bills, statements, congressional records, reports, and newspaper clippings from 1956 to 1960 in the United States pertaining to the necessity of States' rights to control water within their boundaries as...

Water Hollow Diversion Structure and Feeder Pipeline are located on Water Hollow Creek, about 4 1/2 miles upstream from its confluence with Currant Creek. The 4.1 mile long tunnel, which begins at Water Hollow Creek and ends at Strawberry...

The Central Utah Project, planned and being constructed by the Bureau of Reclamation, is located in the central and east central part of Utah and is the most significant water resource development program in the state. The Project provides Utah...

The Central Utah Project is a water resource development project that will provide critically needed water supplies to the Central Utah area. The project will develop water for municipal and industrial use, irrigation, hydro-electric power,...

Describes parts of the Central Utah Project. Highlighted in this publication are the Central Utah Water Conservancy Water Treatment facilities, the Bonneville Unit, Jensen Unit, Vernal Unit, and Uintah Basin water development.

The Central Utah Project brings extensive new recreational benefits to the people of Utah. Newly developed opportunities for boating swimming, and family camping will be found in the area of several reservoirs created by the Central Utah Project....

Outlines the complex of dams, canals, and tunnels that make up the Bonneville Unit of the Central Utah Project and the uses of the water that will be provided by the Bonneville Unit. Also discusses the benefits of the Bonneville Unit in the...

Brochure describing some of the major projects of the Central Utah Project inlcluding developments at Echo Park, Flaming Gorge, Strawberry, Diamond Creek, Bates Reservoir, Wasatch Aqueduct, Modway-Little Cottonwood Tunnel, and Sevier Gravity...

The Bonneville Unit of the Central Utah Project is the largest and most significant water resource development in the state of Utah. It was planned and is being constructed by the Bureau of Reclamation and is sponsored by the Central Utah Water...

Layout Creek Diversion Structure is located about 2 miles up the steep-sided and narrow Layout Canyon from its confluence with Currant Creek. Layout Feeder pipeline extends from Layout Creek Diversion Structure to Strawberry Aqueduct, joining at...

Commonly asked questions and answers about the Central Utah Water Project from its early inception to the about 1980.

The Starvation Complex, located in the vicinity of Duchesne, Utah, consists of Starvation Dam and Reservoir, Knight Diversion Dam, and Starvation Feeder Conduit. Construction of the Complex began March 29, 1967.

The Vat Diversion Structure diverts flows of the West Fork of the Duchesne River into Strawberry Aqueduct. It is located about 7 miles west of the confluence of the West Fork and Wolf Creek. The 7.4 mile-long tunnel carries water from the West...

The Central Utah Water Conservancy District was established on March 2, 1964 by the Fourth District Court. It originally included all of Salt Lake, Utah, Duchesne, Uintah, and Wasatch Counties, and parts of Juab and Summit Counties, In May 1967...

Various newspaper articles from the Daily Herald (Provo, Utah), Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News (Salt Lake City, Utah), Uintah Basin Standard (Roosevelt, Utah), and Vernal Express (Vernal, Utah) about funding and appropriations for the Central...

Various newspaper articles from the Daily Herald (Provo, Utah), Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News (Salt Lake City, Utah), Rocky Mountain News (Denver, Colo.), and U.S. News & World Report on the Colorado River Bill. Articles were originally...

Various newspaper articles from the Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, Utah), Daily Herald (Provo, Utah), and New York Times on Starvation Dam.. Articles were originally published February-June, 1967.

The 1964 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District was published on April 5, 1965. This first annual report covers activities for 1964, since the establishment of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District on March 2, 1964.

The rapid growth in northern Utah County was forseen by the Central Utah Water Conservancy District in 1965 when it initiated studies in cooperation with local municipalities to determine future water needs through the year 2020. The Utah Valley...

Various newspaper articles from the Daily Herald (Provo, Utah), Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News (Salt Lake City, Utah), and Wasatch Wave (Heber City, Utah). Articles were originally published from 1964-1968.

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