Cheryl Fox

On today’s program, Cheryl Fox, Director of Summit Land Conservancy has an update on open space issues. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. Grassroots Organizer for HEAL Utah Noah Miterko has details about an information meeting on Wednesday about their concerns of over Heber Light and Power buying into a nuclear power plan in Idaho and Singer Marc Cohn. He is performing with the Blind Boys of Alabama on August 13th at the Eccles Center.

On today’s program, Director of Summit Land Conservancy Cheryl Fox has an update on some open space issues. Oakley Mayor Wade Woolstenhulme has details about the annual rodeo. Happy 39th birthday to KPCW – We talk with Jay Meehan – one of the original co-founders of the station for a retrospective of the station’s history.

Local News Hour - June 4, 2019

Jun 4, 2019

On today’s program, Cheryl Fox - Director of Summit Land Conservancy has an update on open space issues. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. Park City Environmental Sustainability Project Manager Celia Petersen talks about the business survey and efforts to engage in better practices throughout the city's businesses. Park City Christian Center Outreach Coordinator Max Ventura has details about his year's Festival de Arte Latino.

Summit Land Conservancy

The Osguthorpe Farm conservation contract is set to close any day now. And, the Summit Land Conservancy has two more conservation easements that should be sewn up this year under the same USDA backed program.

Local News Hour - May 14, 2019

May 14, 2019

On today’s program, Director of Summit Land Conservancy Cheryl Fox has an update on open space issues. Summit County Attorney Margaret Olsen has an update on the Children’s Justice Center and Christian Center of Park City Marketing and Event Coordinator Debbie La Belle along with Development Director Shauna Weist have details about the winners of the new event space naming contest. In studio.

Osguthorpe Family Farm Preservation Is A Done Deal

Mar 26, 2019
Summit Land Conservancy

The Summit Land Conservancy announced the campaign to save the 158-acre Osguthorpe Farm on Old Ranch Road in the Snyderville Basin is over. They’ve raised the $17,856,000 dollars needed to create an agricultural easement and preserve the farm forever.

  

On today’s program, the Director of Summit Land Conservancy Cheryl Fox  announces they have successfully saved the Osguthorpe Ranch with last minute contributions. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting that starts with a work session at 3:15 at the county courthouse.

On today’s program, Cheryl Fox, Director of Summit Land Conservancy has a final push to save the Osguthorpe Ranch. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson has a preview of Wednesday's planning commission meeting. Darin Piccoli  with State Room Presents and Coleen Reardon with Deer Valley Resort announce this year's summer concert season at Deer Valley and People’s Health Clinic Executive Director Beth Armstrong and Volunteer Dentist Ralph Guercio have details on the upcoming Dental Day.

Summit Land Conservancy

The Summit Land Conservancy recently closed on two properties as part of its Weber River Watershed Initiative. KPCW’s Emily Means has more.

The 44-acre Stephens Ranch in Henefer and an 82-acre ranch property in Wanship are the latest conservation easements established by the Summit Land Conservancy. Both were initiated by a 2016 federal grant.  Conservancy Executive Director Cheryl Fox says these parcels add to a patchwork of conservation easements the organization has been creating along the Weber River.

On today’s #LocalNewsHour, Cheryl Fox - Director of Summit Land Conservancy discusses open space issues. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher previews the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting and Presenter Danielle Bryan and Connect Summit County Acting Director Sherrie Fisher discuss the upcoming workshop on Transformational Relationship Dynamics.

Park City School District Director of Technology and Assessment, Drew Fink,  talks about last year’s state SAGE testing results and the new testing contract Utah has in store beginning this year. Kelly Gallow from the Summit County Health Department says Radon Gas can be found in 1 of 3 Utah homes and it is responsible for the most lung cancer deaths for non-smokers in the state. January is Radon Gas Awareness month and every household should be tested. Cheryl Fox, Executive Director for the Summit Land Conservancy talks about the Nordic ski event at the Osguthorpe Farm on Saturday.

On today’s program, the Director of Summit Land Conservancy Cheryl Fox and Property Owner Ari Ionnides have an update on a 235 acre conservation easement. Summit County Council member Doug Clyde discusses why the water quality of the Weber River is an urgent priority and the Executive Director of Tanya Taylor Productions, Tanya Taylor talks about her new musical "Lost Boys of Sudan" that will be presented in Park City in February.

On today’s program, Cheryl Fox, Director of Summit Land Conservancy has an update on saving the Osgurthrope Ranch. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting.

On today’s program, Director of Summit Land Conservancy Cheryl Fox discusses  open space issues. Summit County Sheriff Justin Martinez talks about his budget requests, including two new patrol officers. We also discuss his commitment to residents for the next four years of his new term and Park City Film Series Director Katy Wang talks about the change in the organization’s name as well as a new initiative at the film series for low income residents.

Summit Land Conservancy

The Summit Land Conservancy announced progress to fund the purchase of the Osguthorpe Farm Conservation Easement.  The Snyderville Basin Recreation Board will contribute to the open space preservation effort of what some are calling the last farm on Old Ranch Road.  Carolyn Murray has this:

 

Basin Recreation is contributing $500,000 dollars toward the preservation efforts. Summit Land Conservancy Executive Director, Cheryl Fox said the land will have public access for winter recreation.

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