Clay Perschon, a wildlife biologist and UDWR retiree, says he can’t drive around Cache Valley these days without experiencing a flood of memories from his time as a Utah State University student, duck hunting and fishing in Cutler Marsh on weekends.
I am a hunter and a conservationist who recognizes how blessed I am to live in one of the most pristine and breathtakingly beautiful states in the America. It is important that hunters continue to preserve this gift for our next generation of hunters.
As most Utahns know, hunters and hunting are very important to us. With the start of each hunting season, gas stations, convenience stores, restaurants, motels and countless other retailers across the state welcome hunters to their businesses. The revenue that hunters produce is the lifeblood for many individuals, businesses and communities across Utah.
eaders representing Utah chambers of commerce, sporting organizations and small businesses met Wednesday to announce the launch of Hunting Works for Utah, a partnership created to promote the economic relationship between hunting and shooting sports and Utah’s economy.