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NOTICE: The Wasatch County CWMA will be spraying Leafy Spurge by helicopter in Wasatch Mountain State Park early in the morning on Thursday, September 13, 2012. Please be advised the Dutch Hollow Trails will be closed Thursday and Friday. They will reopen Saturday. For more information contact the Wasatch County Noxious Weed Control Department, or Wasatch Mountain State Park at 435-654-1791.

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[Click here for information and a map of public access sites along the restored river]
As part of President Obama’s plan to help stimulate the lagging economy, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act was passed in February, 2009. Funds provided to the Mitigation Commission from the Recovery Act accelerate the opportunity to perform needed maintenance and to repair parking areas and related facilities along the PRRP. Other funded activities include repairing fencing and weed control at constructed parking areas and along restored river reaches.

Anglers are reminded that access into and out of the corridor is restricted to seven sites and not all the middle Provo River corridor is yet in public ownership. Please respect private and public property and obtain permission from landowners as necessary before going fishing.

[Link to CUWCD's river flow data]
[Link to USGS' stream flow data]
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[Link to CUWCD's water quality data]
Email Link to the Utah Reclamation Mitigation Conservation Commission, urmcc@uc.usbr.govAddress for Utah Reclamation Mitigation Conservation Commission, 230 South 500 East, Suite 230, Salt Lake City, Utah 84102-2045, (801)524-3146, Fax (801)524-3148