In early March 2020, we all received a crash course on COVID, whether we liked it or not. As quarantine, business shutdowns, and required masks became the new norm; it became abundantly clear how reliant we all truly are on each other. Assessing the four necessities of life became front and center: food, water, clothing, and shelter (and apparently toilet paper).
Off-grid living. Those words often conjure up visions of people like Grizzly Adams, living off the land in a one-room
Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum: Heber Valley History Resides in One of our Greatest Historic Buildings
How much of our future will be about preserving our past? With all the hustle and bustle that comes with
Art takes many forms in the Heber Valley. For as many different art forms there are, there are just as
Wasatch County is currently the fourth-fastest growing county in the nation. How will we protect our current rural feel, uninterrupted vistas and quality of life as we grow?
Traffic, air and water quality, preserving historic agricultural lands and resisting suburban sprawl are high on the priority lists of many local residents.
The Heber Valley was built on the blood, sweat and tears of pioneers. The evidence of that hard work can be seen in the historic structures that dot its landscape today. These buildings give us a glimpse of what life was like before we got here and, if preserved, will continue to tie our future to our past.