The Census of Agriculture, taken every five years, is a complete count of U.S. farms and ranches and the people who operate them. The Census looks at land use and ownership, operator characteristics, production practices, income and expenditures and many
Utah is one of the first states to have a statewide collaborative initiative to address climate change issues. This new web resource will provide a single point of entry to all climate-related activities involving state government.
The Utah Department of Community and Culture provides a multitude of services to citizens across the state. Its divisions include the Utah State Library, Museum Services, Ethnic Services, Housing, and the Utah Arts Commission.
Use this map to quickly find agricultural extension offices across the state of Utah.
Monthly brownbag discussions are sponsored by the Center for Multicultural Health.
Jessica Van Buren, State Law Librarian, indicates that the state's HeinOnline subscription now includes the U.S. Congressional Documents library. This provides state agencies with access to the:
* Congressional Record (1873-1889 and 1992-2003, with
Read about the plans in the Utah Travel Blog.
The State Library is providing Braille calendars, compliments of the American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults. You may telephone the library or email the library (email@example.com) to request this item.
Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe Company managed to cut its water use by 40,000 gallons a day while it manufactures pipes used largely to supply drinking water. The Provo company also reduced 100 tons of pollutants by switching to a water-based pipe coating.
UDOT and the Federal Highway Administration have released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) on the Mountain View Corridor. Tremendous growth in population, employment and in households over the next 30 years in the Mountain View Corridor st
From the Utah Department of Workforce Services' Guide for Women and Careers.
United States Mint Senior Official Gloria C. Eskridge, Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. and First Lady Mary Kaye Huntsman launched the Utah commemorative quarter-dollar today, while the Bonneville Elementary School 4th grade class serenaded the audience at R
Winter is the most difficult driving season. Not only do you have snow and ice to deal with, but there are fewer hours of daylight as well. Before winter weather arrives, make sure your vehicle is in good condition, especially the tires, battery, and exha
This comprehensive report details what is happening in each of the divisions of Agriculture. The report covers many important issues including animal industry, food safety, and conservation management.
On November 16-17, 2007, the Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) will once again sponsor its annual Moab Bighorn Sheep Festival. The event is free to the public. Participants of all ages are invited. Sheep watchers are encouraged to bring a pair of binoc
Joe Bell and Jim Robson of the Department of Workforce Services Discuss Labor Issues in Utah.
The event will take place at the South Towne Expo Center. For more information, please call (801) 526-9758.
Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. will speak to the Utah Mine Safety Commission
on Tuesday, November 13, 2007, in the State Capitol Complex, West Building,
Committee Room W025. It?s expected that he will appear shortly after 11:00 a.m. The
meeting will beg
The Veterans Voice is published by the Utah Department of Veterans Affairs. For more information on Veterans Day events, you can also visit www.va.gov/vetsday
Project WILD is a fun way to teach Reading, Writing, Art, Math, Science, Music, Physical Education, etc. It matches wild animals with activities that integrate core curriculums of all grades. Project WILD is simply a collection of informative and educatio
The St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm is home to exceptionally well-preserved dinosaur tracks, some displaying skin impressions. These tracks, along with hundreds of fossil fish, plants, rare dinosaur remains, invertebrates traces and imp
Utah economist John Mathews explores the issue in Utah Trendlines.
Also read about getting your furnace ready for Winter in the latest newsletter from the Utah Committee of Consumer Services.
Results for the November 6th (Tuesday) elections will be available at http://www.electionresults.utah.gov
This workshop presented by the Department of Human Services will be at the Davis Convention Center in Layton, Utah. The event is scheduled for November 17th. For additional details, please contact Elizabeth Solis at 538-4275.
Abert?s Towhee is currently a Tier III species (or "Watch List" species) in the state?s Wildlife Action Plan, and the species is classified as a Critically Imperiled S1 species by the Utah Natural Heritage Program due to its extreme rarity and vulnerabili
The fifth and final commemorative quarter-dollar coin released in 2007 honors Utah, and is the 45th coin in the United States Mint's 50 State Quarters® Program. Utah was admitted into the Union on January 4, 1896, becoming our Nation's 45th state. The rev
In order to keep the herd at a healthy number that the island can sustain, approximately 190 bison will be sold at a public auction on November 10, 2007. Money generated by the sale of these bison goes into the wildlife management program for operating co
Practical information on how to help prevent suicide.
Read about Governor Huntsman's perspectives on environmental issues.
Increase your business in East Asia by participating in this trade mission to Japan, Korea, China, and Taiwan sponsored by the Utah Governor's Office of Economic Development.
The Utah Transit Authority and the Utah Department of Transportation are holding an Open House Meeting to gain feedback from residents on the future of transit in South Davis County! By providing input, you will assist the South Davis Transit Study, curre
Turn your clocks back one hour (spring forward, fall back) at 2 am, Sunday, November 4, or before going to bed Saturday night.
Brand books contain all livestock brands and ear marks registered with the State Department of Agriculture. Livestock is assumed to include all types of animals raised for pleasure or for profit. The 1917 law was the first to specifically mention cattle,
You can view the status of new tax forms that will be released through the end of December.
This presentation is part of the "Research at Noon" series and will start at noon in the Utah State Archives Courtyard meeting room located at 346 South Rio Grande Street.
DailyIndia.com covers the Huntsman visit to India.
A presentation by economist Pam Perlich to the 2007 Council of Councils
Recommendations from the Center for Disease Control for a safe Halloween.
The Department of Environmental Quality notifies the public of air quality permits that they plan to approve. Citizens are invited to comment on any of these notices.