PROVO, Utah (The Daily Herald) — A proposed public park and nature reserve on the shores of Utah Lake would provide restoration habitat for birds and walking trails, fishing spots and bird watching towers.
The Daily Herald newspaper in Provo reports that the 1,000-acre park would be nestled between Provo, Orem and Vineyard on lands where the Ute tribe once hunted and fished.
A coalition of government and private groups are asking state lawmakers for $5.6 million for the project.
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