|Paper||Castle Valley Times|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Jack Campbell and Cris Coffey, Castle Valley, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Castle Valley Times|
Castle Valley M U D D Y T l M E S “:3? Castle Valley, Utah - Volume I, Number 1 - February 15 1992 Help with Trees and First Issue of C.V. Newsletter Shrubs Good news for Castle Valley Our town is in its infancy. There are many directions we can go. If we keep the channels open and learn to trust and talk with each other, our valley will grow in a healthy way and we will preserve those attributes which brought us here in the ﬁrst place. We hope you will enjoy reading this ﬁrstrssue of our newsletter, MUDDY TIMES, and will help us continue to fill it with items worth reading by contributing short articles, information, poems, recollections and other writings, ads, or announcements. Muddy Timesrs a temporary title. We will use a different one each month until we ﬁnd the right one. Please place your ideas in the suggestion box for next month’s title. SOME PURPOSES OF THIS MONTHLY NEWSLETTER: to provide a forum for sharing ideas residentswho want to plant trees and shrubs on their property. The Utah Division of State Lands and Forestry has a new program to help develOp windbreaks and animal habitats using trees and shrubs. The Stewardship Incentive Program can assist through cost-share in the following areas of land development: site and soil preparation (including fertilizers), purchase of trees and shrubs, compet- to be an information exchange ing plant control, wild life control (including deer tubes and fences), and to facilitate communication and trust among valley citizens establishment of drip irrigation to announce good news and give credit where it is due systems. to be inclusive. not exclusive; to invite participation to inform valley people in a balanced, non—political way to balance gripes with creative ideas about solutions to record memories of long-time residents and impressions of new residents you with written information on tobeeasytoread, easytopickup Please notice and use the SUGGESTION / SOLUTION / NOTE BOX at the gate (where you picked up this paper.) WE INVITE YOU - to submit suggestions and possible solutions about newsletter content or CV in general. We will try to use them or print them all, but please keep them short. Please sign your name, but we will honor requests if you prefer your name not be printed. - to place a ”QUIK AD" (BUY / SELL/ TRADE / GIVE-AWAY/ REQUESTS) or a BOX AD. There will be a small charge which will cover newsletter expenses—see page 4 for prices. 0 to eonu'ubute GOOD NEWS notes about achievements or celebrations —students, adults, who else? 0 The program is currently headed by Bill Zanotti of the State Lands and Forestry Department. He can provide to add CALENDAR LISTINGS (newsletter will come out near 15th of each month. so plan accordingly.) We need your help to make this a community newsletter. We want planting trees and shrubs and on establishing windbreaks. Bill is also willing to come to our lots to assist in planning the naturalized areas. The Stewardship Program w_ill mt support orchard development, Christmas tree farms, or beautiﬁcation projects. This is also not a landscaping incentive, though obviously planting trees and shrubs will enhance the beauty of our properties. If you have already begun this year’s purchase of plants or related writers, reporters, artists, ad editor, calendar editor, Good News editor. If materials, keep your receipts, as these you think up a job for yourself, you can have a byline or title! If you are may qualify for the cost-share interested, please call Cris Coffey 259-2245 for information, or leave a note in the suggestion box. program. With the possibility of some ﬁnancial assistance in establishing windbreaks and wildlife habitats, what better time to start but the present! Call Bill at 259—63 16. —Joan Sangree Past and Future Schools we would like an tales or Good News!!! CONGRATULATIONS TO C.V. HONOR ROLL STUDENTS: Community Easter information you have)about the K1“ W3g§tqfﬂ N1cole Wagstaff, history of schools1n Castle Valley. Duane W1ll1ams, Hannah LOW. been musing over remem- Would you like to see a school here in the future? Share your ideas and memories with us in the suggestion Sarah Hedden, Chloe Hedden, Mara Ginnane, Olivia Kulander, Ruth Saunders, Carina Martineau, Surena Williams, Andrena Martineau, Tavis brances of the annual 1335er Spring Party. This could be a nice way to innaugurate the community lot recently acquired by the town. If this box before March 10th. Norton, Harold Saunders, Annette Williams, Jennifer Johnston, Raelene Ehlers, Jered Martineau, Emily Tuft. Good for you! The NEW FIRE TRUCK has arrived. It will pump 800 gallons/ minute. Needs equipment racks and new hose; has gas / diesel engine. People in the valley have sounds like fun to you, pass the word, contact your neighbors, and let’s make it happen. Easter falls late this year—April 19—30 there’s plenty of time to plan.