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Most Americans turned their clocks “ahead” for Daylight Saving Time on March 8.
The Wilderness Society submitted a statement for the record on the role of Wilderness designations in providing jobs and economic benefits to rural communities before the Subcommittee on N
Parks infuse more than 11,000 jobs and nearly $485 million into the Utah economy, says a new study. Nationally, the parks accounted for 188,000 jobs and more than $18 billion in economic activity.
That's about $4 in benefits for every taxpayer dollar spent on the park system, said Park System Director Mary A. Bonar.