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Monday, April 14, 2014

Enjoy A Taste Of Cache Valley Plus Volunteer At State Parks

Now's the perfect time for spring road trips and one destination often overlooked this time of year is the Cache Valley/Logan area in northern Utah. Logan is a beautiful small city surrounded by checkerboard farms and towering mountains. It is fun to watch the agricultural land come to life now that the earth is warming.

The Cache Valley Visitor Bureau has put together this fun "Food Tour," providing information about local businesses that provide outstanding service and tasty culinary offerings. Here are a few excerpts, title lines. You'll have to view the complete guide to get the details.

Chocolates
Bluebird Candy Company, 75 West Center, Logan
(435) 753-3670

Dairy Products
Aggie Ice Cream and True Blue Aggie Cheese, USU Nutrition & Food Science Building, 750 North 1200 East, Logan
(435) 797-2109

Honey
Cox Honeyland, 1780 South Hwy. 8
(435) 752-3234

Volunteer At Great Salt Lake Nature Center
If you enjoy children and wildlife, consider becoming a volunteer at GSL Nature Center, located just northwest of the Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area near Farmington, in Davis County.

Diana Vos, director of the nature center, says the center's spring field trip season for school kids is underway. "We're looking for energetic and enthusiastic people to help us run the weekday field trips," she says.

If you'd like to help run field trips or staff the nature center, contact Vos at 801-589-2373 or dianavos@utah.gov.

Work At Jordanelle State Park
Jordanelle State Park provided this information:

Would you like to work in the outdoors? Jordanelle still has some openings for Quagga techs and maintenance. Contact the park and pick up an application if you are interested in a summer job. 1-435-649-9540

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