With nearly 60 percent of Utah’s lands managed by the federal government, I am fighting hard as a member of the House Natural Resources Committee to ensure that our rural counties have the economic development and resources they need to prosper. Our district is home to some of the most iconic and scenic places. Our National Parks and recreation areas are an important component of Utah’s thriving economy, and I am committed to protecting and preserving our natural treasures for many generations to come. Here’s what I’m doing in the Natural Resources Committee to protect those lands and support responsible energy development.
Map of Emery County
Pew Charitable Trusts Adds Support to Emery County Bill
The Conservation Alliance, Outdoor Industry Association, and Outdoor Alliance Make Positive Comments about the Emery County Bill
After Scientific Review, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Propose Reclassification of the Humpback Chub from Endangered to Threatened
Utah Freshman Is Already Making His Mark
Just Months Into New Role, Rep. John Curtis’ First Bill Overwhelmingly Passed By The House
Rep. Curtis Introduces Bill to Streamline Rural Broadband