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2017 Newsletters: 

ScreenShot2017 07 20at12.56.36PM.125703July: This month the baseline scenario for the Point of the Mountain was released to the public at a Point of the Mountain Development Commission meeting. The scenario explores the outcomes for the area if we continue on our current course. In addition, the State Water Strategy Advisory Team recently presented recommendations for a 50-year water strategy. The strategy focuses on ways state / local leaders and businesses can work together to ensure a bright water future for our state. Click here for a more in-depth summary and link to the baseline scenario, a link to the water strategy, and an article about what's being done to clean Utah's air. 

 D5A7592.131657June: Congratulations to the 2017 Your Utah, Your Future award winners! Gov. Gary Herbert hosted the awards ceremony and honored 8 winners from projects and organizations throughout the state. We also hosted our kick off meeting for Phase 2 of the Point of the Mountain visioning process. The Utah State Water Strategy Advisory Team has finished its 50-year water strategy recommendations and is looking for public comment before the recommendations are sent to the Governor's office. Click here for a full list of the YUYF award winners, re-caps from the kick off meeting, a link to view the water strategy recommendations (and add your comment), and read an article we wrote on the amazing transformation the Jordan River is going through. 

Spring Breakfast 8.162235May: Thanks to everyone for a terrific (and record-breaking) Spring Breakfast! Panelists from the tech industry discussed what Utah needs to keep on booming. In collaboration with the Point of the Mountain Development Commission, we have released Phase 1 of the visioning process for the Point of the Mountain area. Click here to see the highlights from the breakfast, the summarized report, and an opinion article we wrote about the future of the housing industry in Utah. 

TRAXbyGalivan.115107April: In partnership with UTA, we finished a study focused on transit oriented development (TOD) and found that development with a half-mile of a rail station can bring incredible benefits to the community—for the economy, environment, and for traffic. We are teaming up with the Salt Lake County Office of Regional Development to conduct a series of Quality Communities training workshops for city council and planning commission members. The workshops will help members consider how to handle massive growth as the population almost doubles in the next 30 years. Click here to see the full version of the newsletter.

newsletterbanner noblue 01.094047March: The My Education, Our Future videos collectively received over a million views in the first month! Please continue to help us spread the word! Our Point of the Mountain workshops were a great success, as was our particpation in the 2017 Love UT Give UT giving event—thanks to matching grant we were able to raise over $1,000! Thank you! Click here to see the full version of the newsletter.

Screen Shot 2017 03 03 at 12.42.02 PMFebruary: We hosted two public workshops for Point of the Mountain this month. Thanks for coming out to share your vision for the area!
Introducing the brand new My Education, Our Future website! Together we can improve education in Utah.
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Screen Shot 2017 03 03 at 12.12.35 PMJanuary: Provo City released its long-anticipated Clean Air Toolkit for residents and businesses this month.
We need your input for the growth of Point of the Mountain area! Public workshops are coming.
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2016 Newsletters:

 DanaSuskindCGAs 2016 1 5.102143Thanks for attending our biggest-ever Common Good Awards! They were a huge success!
Envision Utah was also chosen to lead the Point of the Mountain long-range visioning effort.
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CGA banner cropped 02Save the date for Utah's 2016 Common Good Awards!
We also had a story on agriculture run in the Desert News.
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Corporate FriendsThank you for attending our 17th annual Corporate Friends Breakfast!
We also had a story on agriculture run in the Desert News.
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Corporate Friends InviteYou're invited to our 17th annual Corporate Friends Breakfast!
Reserve your spot now! 
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LonnieLonnie Bullard to serve as Envision Utah Chair
Lonnie is a longtime member of Envision Utah's executive committee and began his term as chair at the start of the 2016 year.
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Vision Series:

YUYFYour Utah, Your Future
Uthans spoke and we listened. Read here about what Utahns want for their future.
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The VisionThe Vision
Read about what Utahns want their future to look like—and what Envision Utah's doing to ensure the Utah public that their dreams for the state happen.
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Cornerstone 2Cornerstone 2: Homes, Buildings, Landscaping and Cars of the Future
Read about what Utahns want their future to look like—and what Envision Utah's doing to ensure the Utah public that their dreams for the state happen.
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Cornerstone 4Cornerstone 4: People Prepared for the Future
Read about what Utahns want their future to look like—and what Envision Utah's doing to ensure the Utah public that their dreams for the state happen.
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14 June 2016
Keep up to date on what's happening at Envision Utah! Our most recent newsletters:   Save The Date: 2016 Common Good AwardsThis years keynote speaker is Dana Suskin, MD, author of Thirty Million Words.Click  here to see the full version of the newsletter.   Thank you for attending our…