We are pleased to announce that we’ve sent the Green River Magazine to print. Thanks to a 2013 Sappi: Ideas that Matter grant and the incredible generosity of Epicenter, we will soon have a printed document of a lot of hard work in the town of Green River, Utah.
People, would you like to receive a copy in the mail? Use this form to give us your address. We’ll ship them until our shipping budget runs out, at which point you’ll have to travel to Green River to pick up a copy.
Site map for the incoming crude wax oil micro-refinery and distribution rail center. Includes Union Pacific Railroad spur, funded by Houston-based Rock River Resources. Will sit adjacent to/within the Mancos Hlils Industrial Park, a proposed cluster of energy and transportation industry tenants.
[Utah’s floors have been danced upon. Her ceilings have not limited our hopes. Each wall stands strong on a firm foundation. And if these walls could speak, they would whisper the dreams of our hearts.
Planning, resourcefulness, innovation, and hard work established Utah as a place where families and communities emerged and thrived. It is time for our generation to provide the essential clean energy resources that our children will rely on to continue writing the story of Utah.
Blue Castle Nuclear Power Plant would increase the electricity in our state by about 50 percent while protecting our environment. Welcome to a safe, secure, and reliable future. Welcome to our home.]
We drove from San Francisco to Green River Utah, and it took us five days. The van only broke down once. We camped in California three times and Nevada one time. We acquired various mascots for the dashboard, which is now looking very eccentric. We went through a whole case of sparkling water! Now we are in Green River, where it is very cold but feels like home. We’re working on another publication about the town and its environs, and it’s shaping up to be preeeetty interesting.