The Future of Utah's Snow Pt. 2


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Utah has the "Greatest Snow on Earth," but are we ensuring its longevity for future generations to come? This KSL Podcasts In-depth features a two-episode series, hearing from various voices in the climate and ski communities to better understand the trends and concerns impacting the future of Utah's snow.

This episode features Executive Director of Save Our Canyons, Carl Fisher, Wasatch Backcountry Co-Founder, Brad Rutledge, and Snowbird Communications Director, Sarah Sherman. In these conversations, you will find discussion on trends and concerns affecting Utah’s winter seasons and how we recreate in the Wasatch Mountains. Topics include climate change, ski resort and population pressures, conservation challenges, and the Little Cottonwood Environmental Impact Study(EIS) on transportation planning.

If you would like to view the resources referenced in this episode, check out the links below.

Little Cottonwood EIS:

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Sarah Sherman:

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