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Events of Interest
SAD NEWS: It is with tremendous regret that we inform you of the passing of longtime airboater and airboat builder Dave Wooley. He is responsible for many of the innovations and designs of the Utah airboat. We was a mentor to many of us and will be remembered as a true friend of airboating. RIP Dave.
The Association will be meeting at 11:30 AM at 270 Burton Lane in Kaysville on Friday December 3rd, with our airboats as a tribute to Dave's life and influence on our sport.
Water conditions are getting better. Farmington has water, Pintail Flat has a very narrow access to the lake and that changes daily, Bear River is dumping water out at boat ramps but is still dry most places, Willard Spur is getting some water but still no access to marsh lands.
Pintail Ramp and parking repairs---Aug 21 7;00 AM
The Airboat Association has signed on to a letter of appreciation to Congressman Moore for his support of our Great Salt Lake. Has your congressman signed on?
September 23, 2021
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Blake Moore (R-UT) and Congressman Jared Huffman (D-CA) introduced the Saline Lake Ecosystems in the Great Basin States Program Act to establish a scientific monitoring and assessment program to better manage conservation efforts for saline lake ecosystems and migratory birds in the West.
Saline lakes within the Great Basin—which includes areas of Utah, California, Nevada, and Oregon—provide a critical network of habitats for millions of migrating shorebirds, waterbirds, and waterfowl. Saline lakes generally have higher levels of salts and dissolved minerals than freshwater lakes, allowing them to provide essential habitats, create and drive recreational opportunities, provide public health benefits, and more. However, declining water levels due to demand, drought, and environmental changes have dried out these important lakes within the Great Basin, threatening habitats, public health, and recreation.