Published on Apr 1, 2012
Update: Sept. 4, 2013. Make sure you are part of protecting Farmington Bay by sending a public comment to UDOT - deadline Sept. 6, 2013
Tell UDOT to protect what is left of the wetland mosaic which now exists along the Great Salt Lake shoreline and uplands. Ask them not to build a freeway through globally important migratory bird habitat. Deadline for public comments is September 6, 2013.
Mail: West Davis Corridor
466 North 900 West
Kaysville, UT 84037
Here is a the video section of my friends who are passionate about migratory bird habitat in Farmington Bay, Utah
The 360º bird report at the Great Salt Lake Bird Festival was filmed at Farmington Bay. Look for it in the documentary to see some of the birds that live in the area that UDOT wants to build a freeway through.
If you love wetlands and migratory birds, please send in your email within the next 2 days. You can also send photographs with descriptions of why Farmington Bay needs to be protected for the well being of world bird populations.
Please sign this petition on Change.org http://www.change.org/petitions/gover... and also email UDOT your personally written public comment by September 6, 2013. Petitions are powerful, but you need to also send your individual written comments to UDOT. Your comments will be considered for the UDOT Environmental Impact Statement.
Update: May 12, 2013. You can protect the Great Salt Lake. Please write one letter to Jason now, and one letter after the Draft Environmental Impact Statement is released later this year. They are still accepting comments. We just spoke to the Army Corps of Engineers and they are still accepting emails and letters and photographs for public comment on this project. Let them know why you think the Great Salt Lake should be protected.
You can protect the Great Salt Lake by writing a letter or email that will be included as a scoping comment in the Environmental Impact Statement concerning the Great Salt Lake Minerals Corp./Compass Minerals proposed expansion on the Great Salt Lake. Please write your letters to:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Utah Regulatory Office
533 West 2600 South, Ste. 150
Bountiful, Utah 84010
(801) 295-8380 x 14
Please write one letter to Jason now, and one letter after the Draft Environmental Impact Statement is released later this year.
If you have friends that love birds, please spread the word.
Let Jason know that we don't need any more mitigation projects. We need to protect the Great Salt Lake.
Let Jason know you don't want him to turn public lands into private industrial sites. Let him know that the habitat along the shorelines of the Great Salt Lake is a worldwide treasure that has value and needs to be preserved in it's natural state. Please ask Jason to deny mineral expansion on the Great Salt Lake.
Please write your letter concerning mineral leasing on the Great Salt Lake. Please let Jason know what you want included in the Environmental Impact Statement about the Great Salt Lake. We need to heal the Great Salt Lake and protect its shorelines. We need to protect WILD Utah.
We don't need any more mitigation projects. We need to protect the Great Salt Lake.
Spread the word about our video - Evaporating Shorelines (work-in-progress)
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