Issue Date: 2013-07

Environews: July 2013

Gov. Herbert testifies in D.C.; Tar sands update; Can Utah manage wolves?; SLC recognized for resilience; Would cheaper fares increase transit use? —by Amy Brunvand

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Safety Solar

The talk of the town may come at a price of $125 million, but the sun will pay some of it back. The new Public

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Take It Outside

Summer is barbeque time for a reason: Nobody likes cranking up the oven to 400 degrees when it’s 98 outside. But what do you do

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Where Have All the Willows Gone?

Three men hunch low to the ground examining something closely. “Western ragweed, 8%,” says the white-haired man wearing a floppy fisherman’s hat. “Cheatgrass, 5%; hound’s

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Tea Culture: The Emperor’s Tea

Meet some tea purists, M.C. (Michael) Rivetti and Jason Woodland —CEO/president and vice president respectively of The Emperor’s Tea. This Salt Lake-based company’s mission is

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Chakra Series: Chakra Four

The energy of the 4th chakra can be easily felt. Unfortunately for many, this only becomes obvious after experiencing the breakup of a desired relationship

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Local Food: Fortune Flavors the Bold

Each month, CATALYST brings our readers tales of fascinating local endeavors—entrepreneurs launching new restaurants or retail businesses, gardeners digging, composting and planting their way to

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