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Thank you for attending our 17th annual Corporate Friends Breakfast!

Last month, we held our 17th annual corporate friends breakfast. We are immensely grateful for the generous support we received from community partners and friends this year. We're also grateful to this year's keynote speaker, Dr. Deneece G. Huftalin, president of Salt Lake Community College. If you missed the breakfast, but would like to read Dr. Huftalin's address on the economics of college access and its role in developing the workforce of the future, click here.

Join us in June for the Wasatch Choice Consortium

This year’s Consortium meeting will focus on refreshing the Wasatch Choice vision looking out to 2050 to reflect the dynamic changes in the region, the Your Utah, Your Future statewide vision, and local efforts like Salt Lake County’s The Future We Choose. The event will be combined with Utah’s Active Transportation and Health Summit to highlight the importance of building vibrant communities that promote active living.

Register Here

Envision Utah selected as Excellence in Energy Finalist

For our work on the Your Utah, Your Future vision for the future of energy, Envision Utah has been selected as a finalist for the 2016 Governor's Excellence in Energy award.

We hope you'll join us for the Energy Development Summit and at the Excellence in Energy awards ceremony. 

Click here to view the envergy vision from the Your Utah, Your Future effort.

Housing pressure puts the squeeze on Utah County's rich farmland

Utah County is ground zero in the effort to protect the state's agricultural community from the grip of growth in a state that is expected to nearly double its population by 2050.

Farmers and ranchers, however, are often land rich and cash poor. When developers come knocking there is pressure to let fields grow into subdivisions.

Deseret News

Utah's moonshots: top priorities are in the future

Scott Anderson

The global marketplace is incredibly competitive. If we ease up even for a moment, we will be overtaken. So what is the agenda that will take Utah to the next level? What are the “big gears,” the moonshots, that will keep Utah ahead of the pack — especially as our population doubles over the next several decades? 

Scott Anderson for the
Deseret News