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5 North Main StreetCedar City, UT 84720
77 S Main StGunnison, UT 84634
12288 S 700 EDraper, UT 84020
1183 E Center StBountiful, UT 84010
1550 S Redwood RdSalt Lake City, UT 84104
Utah Flowers News
Mar 29, 2019
Joshua Tree National Park Just Got 4500 Acres Bigger, And The Flowers Are Poppin' - LAist
Joshua Tree National Park, and increases protection for more than 1 million additional acres elsewhere in California, Utah and New Mexico. Death Valley National Park, which straddles eastern California and Nevada, gets 35,292 new acres under the bill.
Supporters call the legislation a rare political compromise and a victory for wildlife. "It's really, in this climate, an amazing act of bipartisanship," said Chris Clarke, California desert program manager for the National Parks Conservation Association.
Wildflowers near Joshua Tree National Park with snowy peaks in the distance, March 22, 2019. (Bryan Mendez/LAist)
"The plants are larger than usual," he said during a tour last week. "They'll flower probably for a longer period and more profusely."
The new parcels will be transferred to the park from the Bureau of Land Management and the Mojave Desert Land Trust.
VISITING THE NEW LAND (AND THE FLOWERS)
To explore one of the new sections of the park, drive up Covington Flat Road from Yucca Valley until you hit a dry riverbed (dry when the skies are blue, at least). Warning: It's a deeply rutted dirt road. You'll need clearance, so don't drive your Prius. Park and hike up the riverbed as far as you like (and bring plenty of water!).
The best wildflowers right now are at the lower elevations of the park near the Cottonwood Visitor Center. If you take the park entrance near that visitor center, off the I-10, you can also avoid the long lines that often build up at the more popular entrance outside the town of Joshua Tree.
Wh... Nov 15, 2018
Letters: Join in Park City's annual day of giving, readers say
Park City Community Foundation board member***Worthy organizationEditor:It is my pleasure to serve on the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah, here in Park City. BBBSU matches kids facing adversity with dependable mentors to build relationships that can change a kid's life. In my line of work I know firsthand how easily kids can slip into risky, criminal behavior, and the consequences that behavior has on their own life, as well as the fabric of our community. Often, it only takes one mentoring relationship to push a child in a more positive direction. I also know firsthand the power of mentoring, having been both a Little Brother and later, a Big Brother in the BBBS program. On Nov. 9 for Live PC Give PC, I urge you to support this worthy organization. Go to https://www.livepcgivepc.org/organization/Bigbrothersbigsistersofutah.Phil KirkPark City***Double standardEditor:In the 10-27-2018 edition of The Park Record, in her Sunday in the Park column, Teri Orr laments the seemingly constant drumbeat of bad news - pipe bombs, caravans, Khashoggi, etc. I agree that this drumbeat can be exhausting. However, in her piece she tells of her days as a journalist where she was taught that a good (I assume she meant a credible) reporter must find two separate sources to verify a story. Her reference in the piece to Ms. Ford's testimony against Justice Kavanaugh brings to mind that there was not even one source who testified Ms. Ford was at the house where the alleged incident occurred that verified her allegation yet every left-leaning reporter, commentator and politician in the country, including Ms. Orr I assume, accepted the allegation as the truth. I guess the principal of having two knowledgeable and separate sources only applies to certain stories.Steve CassianiHouston***No debate about PCHS teamEditor:Has the recent election rhetoric left you feeling deflated? Are you concerned for the State of the Union? I know that there are times that I am troubled about the direction of the country.Then I judge a high school debate tournament, like the one that PCHS hosted this past Saturday … and that restores my faith in the future of our country!These students are diligent, dedicated, articulate, and just plain smart! I truly cannot say enough about the quality of these young people. If our U.S. Congress ran as diplomatically and efficiently as a typical debate tournament Congress, our country would indeed be in good hands!As you may have heard, the Park City High School debate team, 50-plus students strong, has been touring the state and ranking in the top three consistently. We have representatives for all debate events, including Policy, Public Forum, Lincoln-Douglas, Congress, Spar, and Speech.This Friday, Nov. 9, please consider supporting the Park City High School debate team. Help save our country! Go to https://www.livepcgivepc.org/story/Pchsdebate2018.If I had my druthers, studying debate in ... Apr 6, 2018
Tips for photographing flowers with your phone
Those searching for wildflowers close by won’t need to travel out of town to find hillsides of lupines and poppies. The walking path in Winters Putah Creek Nature Park leads through clusters of tall Blue Lupines and bright California Poppies. This is the start of California poppy season, and the flowers that grow now will be larger than those that bloom later in the year.Outside of town, the Putah Creek State Wildlife Area trails wind through ideal wildflower habitat. The wildfires of the last few years have led to unique flower growth. While it is common to see California Poppies, lupines and wallflowers, there are other plants whose seeds can only germinate after being heated in a fire. Wild Onions and Twinning Lilies can be found in regions that have burned.While walking the Homestead Trail in Stebbins Cold Creek Canyon, it is possible to see Wild Hyacinths, coral pink paintbrushes, Blue Lupines, and the tangling vines of White Virgin’s Bower or Traveler’s Joy. About a mile into the hike, right before the creek crossing, there is a sheer hill covered in hundreds of California Poppies.Hikers making the steep climb up to Blue Ridge Loop might see a few Shooting Stars, distinguishable by their pointed petals and striking bands of color.It is important not to pick the wildflowers. Not only is it illegal in some areas, but it has the potential to disrupt native plant growth that is already recovering from fires. Instead, capture the flower permanently with an image.Traditional cameras are well-equipped to photograph flowers. Many have a macro setting, which is often indic...Mar 23, 2018
Our Past: City of fountains and flowers
Strategic Defense Initiative. Dr. Barney Clark, recipient of a Jarvik permanent artificial heart, died at the University of Utah Medical Center after 112 days with the device.In 1998, “Titanic” tied an Academy Awards record by winning 11 Oscars, including best picture, director (James Cameron) and song (“My Heart Will Go On”).I...Oct 5, 2017
Florist to the stars: Bringing beauty to the Kardashians
Hollywood. Leatham moved to Los Angeles from Utah at 19 to pursue acting and modeling. But his path took a different, unexpected turn, and he's since become one of the most beloved and in-demand floral designers in the world. "I never really wanted to work with flowers," Leatham says, "but I realized the impact that flowers had on people and the joy that it brought." From Utah to knighthoodWithin four years, he was dispatched to the reopened Four Seasons George V in Paris, where his floral designs brought him worldwide acclaim and new opportunities, including working with celebrity clientele (Oprah Winfrey, the Kardashians, Tina Turner), luxury brands and museums. He's designed vases for Daum and Waterford, the former included in the permanent collection at the Dallas Museum of Art. In 2014, he was awarded the Chevalier de L'Ordre des Arts et Lettres, in recognition of his contribution to French culture as artistic director at the Four Seasons George V."We really revolutionized the way people think of flowers at George V. We moved out the furniture and started creating these amazing floral art compositions in the lobby. We've changed the way people look at flowers in hotels, in restaurants, in homes," Leatham said.These days he's splitting his time between Paris and Los Angeles, running his eponymous studio out of the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, all while planning his own fall wedding. (Yes, his team at Jeff Leatham is doing the flowers.)Laid back L.A.On the difference between living in Los Angeles and Paris, Leatham is diplomatic (as all proper knights are). "The Parisians have been so great for me, but I'm enjoying being back here in Los Angeles, because it's so laid back and the beautiful, sunny weather." When it comes to food, he likes The Ivy in Beverly Hills, "For me it's great because it's an L.A. standard, and there's beautiful flowers everywhere." When in Paris, which is now for just a few days each month, he takes most o... (CNN)