A non-profit organization to raise funds to improve interstate safety for all who travel here.

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New Thinking - Why are animals dying on our roads?

ARC - Animal Road Crossing - ©2016 ARC Solutions

 

ARC—Animal Road Crossing—is an interdisciplinary partnership working to facilitate new thinking, new methods, new materials and new solutions for wildlife crossing structures.

 

Our primary goal is to ensure safe passage for both humans and animals on and across our roads. We do this through supporting the study, design and construction of wildlife crossing structures throughout North America. (Read the full article)

KPCW's This Green Earth

This Green Earth - Chris Cherniak & Nell Larson - September 20, 2016

 

Recently, a local nonprofit dedicated to protecting animals, has worked with the Utah Department of Transportation to extend the existing animal barriers that line a portion of I-80 near Parleys Summit.  Save People, Save Wild Life,  is the name of this nonprofit. (Read the full article)

Utah Department of Transportation agrees to install wildlife fencing along I-80

Park Record - Angelique McNaughton - September 9, 2016

 

Several Summit County residents recently proved that a voice can be given to the voiceless.

 

The pressure that members of Save People Save Wildlife, a Summit County nonprofit organization, has placed on the Utah Department of Transportation over the last several months to install wildlife fencing along Interstate 80 appears to have paid off. (View the full article)

Protestors target UDOT about Wildlife Slaughter Row

Park Record - Angelique McNaughton - July 10, 2016

 

Save People Save Wildlife, a Summit County nonprofit organization, claims the Utah Department of Transportation is withholding $5 million it was recently granted in federal funding that is specifically earmarked for wildlife mitigation along Interstate 80.
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Car hits moose in Parleys Canyon

KSL.com - Linda Williams - February 17, 2016

 

SALT LAKE CITY — A 23-year-old woman was injured when her car crashed into a moose in Parleys Canyon late Tuesday.

 

The woman was driving a red Mazda westbound on I-80 around 11:30 p.m. when her car hit the moose in the left lane near mile post 134, according to Utah Highway Patrol. (View the full article)

Wildlife open house draws large crowd

Park Record - Angelique McNaughton - January 30, 2016

 

On Wednesday, Nancy Bradish attended a wildlife open house hosted by the Division of Wildlife Resources to discuss the "slaughtering of the animals on the highway." However, Bradish said her comments fell on deaf ears.
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Park City residents urge UDOT to build wildlife fencing after spike in animal deaths

FOX 13 Salt Lake City - Tamara Viafanua - November 5, 2015

 

PARK CITY, Utah – Some people living in Park City are calling on UDOT to tear down a concrete barrier on I-80 and replace it with wildlife fencing. They say in the past couple of weeks, the number of wildlife killed on the interstate has spiked.
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Residents concerned I80 barrier harming wildlife

Park Record - Angelique McNaughton - October 23, 2015

 

When Margie Dicus and her husband, Henry, first noticed a large concrete barrier being constructed along the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80 near Summit Park, they immediately became concerned about the impact it would have on the area’s wildlife.
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Three die in helicopter crash: Accident in Parleys Canyon kills men on moose-rescue mission

Daily Herald - Catherine S. Blake - Associated Press Writer - December 27, 2001

 

SALT LAKE CITY -- Three men died Thursday when a helicopter crashed onto the frozen Mountain Dell Reservoir while the crew was relocating moose.

 

Salt Lake County spokeswoman Deputy Peggy Faulkner said one of the bodies had been recovered. The other two were either in the water below the ice or still on board the crashed helicopter. (View the full article)

Save People Save Wildlife (SPSW) is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. contributions to spsw are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

non-profit tax identification number is 81-1361876

 

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