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Various newspaper articles from the Daily Herald (Provo, Utah), Orem-Geneva Times (Orem, Utah), and Salt Lake Tribune about the new office building for the Central Utah Water Conservancy building in Orem, Utah. Articles were originally published...

Hades Tunnel extends from the north Fork of Duchesne River 4.2 miles to Wolf Creek. The buried Wolf Creek Pipeline begins at the outlet portal of Hades Tunnel. It conveys Bonneville Unit water across Wolf Creek Canyon to the inlet portal of...

Photographs of Knight Diversion Dam near Duchesne, Utah. The photgraphs show the dam in the construction process and near completion. Taken in 1968.

Water Hollow Tunnel, near Strawberry Reservoir. Under construction preparing for the mechanical mole in anticipation of drilling scheduled to start in October, 1968. Photo taken 7/16/68 for the USBR by Earl B. Goodrich.

Photographs of Starvation Dam, near Duchesne, Utah. Photographs show the dam under construction and after completion. Photographs were taken in 1968.

The Provo River project provides a supplemental water supply for the irrigation of about 47,000 acres of highly developed farmlands in Utah, Salt Lake, and Wasatch Counties, as well as an assured domestic water supply for the Metropolitan Water...
Various newspaper articles from the Daily Herald (Provo, Utah), Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News (Salt Lake City, Utah), and American Fork Citizen (American Fork, Utah) on the water requirements for the Central Utah Project. Articles were...

A new recreation master plan for an enlarged Strawberry Reservoir has been prepared by the Bureau of Reclamation. The plan provides for new facilities and will revise recreation administration at the Reservoir. Strawberry Reservoir, long...

Strawberry Reservoir, long recognized as Utah's finest fishing hole, is to be enlarged to four times its present capacity. The Soldier Creek Dam will raise the water level of the reservoir about 45 feet. Strawberry Reservoir, when enlarged, will...

Rhodes Tunnel extends 0.8 mile from Wolf Creek to the drainage basin of the West Fork of the Duchesne River. The West Fork Pipeline begins at the outlet portal of the Rhodes Tunnel and carries Bonneville Unit water along the north side of the...

1991 article about the Central Utah Project. Includes some of the history of the project as well as public and political opinon about the project. Article originally published in Utah Holiday, June 1991, p.42-47.

Invitation to the Upper Diamond Fork construction site visit and tour held Thursday, June 26, 2003 from 2:00-6:00 p.m. Attendees met at Canyon View Park in Spanish Fork, Utah to carpool to the site. The Diamond Fork tunnel and pipeline will...

June 2003 report of progress on Upper Diamond Fork Project. Includes a project summary of the Upper Diamond Fork Project, which will be constructed for the Central Utah Water Conservancy District as part of the completion of the Central Utah...

Currant Creek Pipeline was completed in 1976 and links Currant Creek Reservoir with Currant Tunnel. Current Tunnel extends 1.7 miles from Currant Creek to Layout Creek.

Proceedings of the ground-breaking ceremony at the Starvation Dam Site held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 31, 1967 at the Starvation Dam Site, Duchesne, Utah.

The Vernal Unit of the Central Utah Project was the first unit to be constructed in the initial phase of the CUP which was authorized in 1956. The irrigation works built on the Vernal Unit will store and distribute the excess spring flood flows...

The 1965 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.

The 1966 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.

The 1967 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.

The 1968 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.

The 1970 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.

The 1998 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.

2000-2001 annual report of the Operations and Maintenance Department of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. This report give additional and supplemental information to the Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District.

The Central Utah Project is a fundamental foundation for the future of Utah. The project consists of a coordinated group of water and power features which will make use of most of Utah's share of water being made available by the major dams of...

The Central Utah Project (CUP), previously constructed by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and currently being completed and managed by the Central Utah Water Conservancy District (CUWCD), is located in central and east-central Utah. This...

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