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The 1973 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.
1973-10-25

2005-01-10
The 1968 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.
1968-10-25

2005-01-08
Mr. Kirk Christensen discusses his experience with the Central Utah Project, specifically with the Sand Wash enlargement. Mr. Christensen serves as a trustee on the Central Utah Water Conservancy Board, as well as being a board member for the...
2020-10-25
Senator Bennett talks about his efforts to keep President H. W. George Bush from vetoing the CUPCA legislation and keep the Central Utah Project funded; and his work in the Senate.
2020-10-25
The 1988 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.
1988-10-25

2005-05-17
The 1969 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.
1969-10-25

2005-05-17
The 1995 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.
1995-10-25

2005-01-10
The 1967 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.
1967-10-25

2005-01-08
Mr. Smith talks about his work for the Ute Indian Tribe in Fort Duchesne Utah (1993-2011) regarding water rights issues, including the negotiations of Title V in CUCPA and the Ute/US/Utah Compact.
2020-10-25
The 1982 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.
1982-10-25

2005-05-17
The 1994 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.
1994-10-25

2005-01-10
The 1966 Annual Report of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. The Annual reports began in 1964.
1966-10-25

2005-01-08
Commonly asked questions and answers about the Central Utah Water Project from its early inception to the about 1980.
1980-10-25

2005-01-10
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....
1977-10-25

2005-01-10
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...
1971-02-01

2005-01-10
Layout Creek Diversion Structure is located about 2 miles up the steep-sided and narrow Layout Canyon from its confluence with Currant Creek. Layout Feeder pipeline extends from Layout Creek Diversion Structure to Strawberry Aqueduct, joining at...


2005-01-10
Water Hollow Diversion Structure and Feeder Pipeline are located on Water Hollow Creek, about 4 1/2 miles upstream from its confluence with Currant Creek. The 4.1 mile long tunnel, which begins at Water Hollow Creek and ends at Strawberry...


2005-01-10
The Upalco Unit of the Central Utah Project would be located in Duchesne County in northeastern Utah. The project plan includes the construction of Taskeech Reservoir on the Lake Fork River and 2 auxiliary canals, modification of 14 high country...
1979-11-06

2005-10-14
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...
1975-10-25

2005-01-10
Paper on environmental concerns and Bureau of Reclamation water management policy

2007-01-02
2007-01-02
The Jensen Unit is a northeastern Utah water resource project that would develop municipal and industrial water to augment existing supplies to Vernal and nearby Ashley Valley towns and water for irrigation in the vicinity of Jensen. It would...
1975-12-01

2005-10-14
The Municipal and Industrial System of the Bonneville Unit would be located in Salt Lake, Summit, and Wasatch Counties in north-central Utah. The project plan would include construction of Jordanelle Reservoir and Powerplant on the Provo River,...


2005-10-14
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.
1984-10-25

2005-01-10
Paper on environmental concerns and Bureau of Reclamation water management policy

2007-01-02
2007-01-02
From The Dorothy Harvey papers (1902-2005), a collection of materials focusing on the Central Utah Project (CUP), a water resource development program to use Utah's alloted share of the Colorado River. Includes correspondence, Harvey's writing...
1978-10-25
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