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The Starvation Complex, including Starvation Dam and Reservoir, Knight Diversion Dam, and Starvation Feeder Conduit, marked the beginning of construction of the long-awaited Bonneville Unit of the Central Utah Project. The complex, located in the...

An insert to newspapers about the Central Utah Project included in many of the local Utah newspapers in Salt Lake, Utah, and Wasatch Counties. Jordanelle Dam is highlighted. Issued as a special supplement to Deseret News, Salt Lake Tribune,...

Various newspaper articles from the Daily Herald (Provo, Utah), and Salt Lake Tribune on the vote to establish the Bonneville Unit of the Central Utah Project. The vote was held on Tuesday, December 14, 1965. Includes articles on the Bonneville...

The North Fork Siphon will cross under the North Fork of the Duchesne River about 4 miles upstream from the confluence of West Fork and the North Fork of the Duchesne River. Hades Creek diversion structure deverts water into a buried feeder...

Jordanelle Dam and Reservoir are located on the Provo River about 6 miles north of Heber City, Utah. They provide storage of Bonneville Unit water at an upstream site by exchange for Bonneville Unit water in Utah Lake and Strawberry Reservoir.

Docs Diversion Structure on the South Fork of Rock Creek diverts water into Docs Feeder pipeline for conveyance to Upper Stillwater Reservoir. The diversion site is about 1 1/4 miles upstream from its confluence with Rock Creek. The 8.1 mile...

Various newspaper articles from the Duchesne Record (Duchesne, Utah), Daily Herald (Provo, Utah), Deseret News (Salt Lake City, Utah), Salt Lake Tribune, and Richfield Reporter (Richfield, Utah) on organizing the water resources for the Central...

The Municipal and Industrial System of the Bonneville Unit is located in Salt Lake, Utah, Summit, and Wasatch Counties in the state of Utah. The system will provide 90,000 acre-feet of water annually for municipal and industrial use in northern...
Quarterly newsletter of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Jodan Valley Plant on the first page was completed in September 1974.

Quarterly newsletter of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District.

Quarterly newsletter of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District.

This issue of the Colorado River News Report is entirely dedicated to the creation of the Central Utah Water District.

Contents of this issue: Groundbreaking set for Strawberry enlargement. -- Recreation and the Central Utah Project. -- Man of the year. -- Appropriations. -- Our Guest Speakers.

Contents of this issue: Why do we need the CUP? -- Questions most often asked about the CUP and the answers -- Construction progress.

Contents of this issue include: District meets key area water needs. -- Water for energy. -- News update.

Photograph of the Starvation Feeder conduit. The concrete pipeline brings water from Duchesne River into Starvation Reservoir. The Starvation Tunnel, near Duchesne, Utah under construction. The photograph shows tunnel crew members climbing...

The Strawberry Valley Project represents the first large-scale transmountain diversion of water from the Colorado River Basin to the Great Basin. It was also one of the earliest Bureau of Reclamation projects to develop hydroelectric energy....

Officials of the Central Utah Water Conservancy and the U.S. Govermment met on December 28, 1965 to officially sign the repayment contract for the district's share of the construction costs of the Bonneville Unit of the Central Utah Project....

The Bonneville Unit of the Central Utah Project will expand water supplies for use in both the Uintah and Bonneville basins. To acheive this goal, transbasin diversion of water will divert water from the Duchesne River in the Uintah Basin to the...

The 1973 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.

The 1974 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.

Tha Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District for 1975. The Annual reports began in 1964.

Tha Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District for 1979. The Annual reports began in 1964.

The 1980 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.

The 1993 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.

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