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By Lynne Olson | July 31, 2018
Sugar House’s Wednesday farmers market comes of age at Fairmont Park. The first Sugar House Farmers Market opened eight years ago on Monument Plaza, next to the eyecatching Art Dec …
By Lynne Olson | June 29, 2018
The Draw at Sugar House is heavily engineered to halt the progress of a major flood. It also tells a story of Utah’s past, and offers pleasure for those who visit it. This is an im …
By Lynne Olson | May 31, 2018
In 1990, a group of SLC elementary school students in search of a problem-solving project saved an abandoned gully from being paved over and transformed it into a nature preserve. …
By Lynne Olson | April 30, 2007
Environmental artists Patricia Johanson brings architecture, engineering and ecology to her art in producing public works that also function as public art. by Lynne Olson "I t …
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