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    2014 Year in Review

    By Tom Hoyt, BCA President 2014 is a year best described by change and success. During the last 12 months, our mission has continued to evolve with the introduction of new board members and staff, the reformation of our landscape… Read More

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    The Russian Olive Outcome, A Land Owner Decision

    FIRST IN LINE Boulder is the first town in the Southwest to attempt the complete management of Russian olive on private lands.  In fact, Boulder Community Alliance, in cooperation with local landowners, has successfully removed this invasive tree… Read More

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    2014 Leave it to Beavers! Festival

    Why Beavers? It’s all about the water! If we leave it to the beavers, they’ll improve riparian areas, build in long-term sustainability to our ground water systems, help maintain water table levels for lush, grazable pasture areas and… Read More

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    BCA Hosts an Informational Forum on Pollinators

    The Undeniable Importance of Pollinators 1 in every 3 mouthfuls of the food and drink we consume requires pollination. On June 17, Boulder Community Alliance sponsored the informational forum “Attracting Pollinators with Plants for Food and Habitat Health”… Read More

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    BCA FACILITATES RIPARIAN RESTORATION ON PRIVATE LAND

    Escalante Headwaters Case Study This is the first in a series of articles documenting a specific riparian restoration project on 18 acres of private land in the Upper Valley Region of Escalante.  Allysia Angus owns 18 acres of… Read More

Home, Sweet Home

Welcome to Boulder Community Alliance, a nonprofit serving Boulder, Utah. We represent a group of interested and involved residents who think of Boulder as a precious gem. Our primary goal is to serve and protect the special qualities of the landscape and community that brought us here in the first place.

Boulder is a very small community (population under 300) located in a stunning landscape of sandstone outcroppings, green pastures, pinyon and juniper forests, and sagebrush deserts. Forest Lands, BLM, and the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument are our closest neighbors. The way in or out is over Highway 12, one of the few “All American Roads” in the nation.

BCA does not provide tourist information.  If you are planning a vacation in Boulder, check out the gorgeous new boulderutah.com website sponsored by the Boulder Business Alliance.
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Year in Review Graphic

2014 Year in Review

By Tom Hoyt, BCA President 2014 is a year best described by change and success. During the last 12 months, our mission has continued to evolve with the introduction of new board members and staff, the reformation of our landscape… Read More

Learn More
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

The Russian Olive Outcome, A Land Owner Decision

FIRST IN LINE Boulder is the first town in the Southwest to attempt the complete management of Russian olive on private lands.  In fact, Boulder Community Alliance, in cooperation with local landowners, has successfully removed this invasive tree… Read More

Learn More
IMG_0775

2014 Leave it to Beavers! Festival

Why Beavers? It’s all about the water! If we leave it to the beavers, they’ll improve riparian areas, build in long-term sustainability to our ground water systems, help maintain water table levels for lush, grazable pasture areas and… Read More

Learn More