Church Makes Donation Of Water To Great Salt Lake
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is doing its part to try and help save the Great Salt Lake in Utah. It's donating the equivalent of more than 20-thousand acre feet of water. Governor Spencer Cox said the move "will make a real difference to the lake and the future of" Utah. The Executive Director of the state's Department of Natural Resources also praised the donation. Joel Ferry called it "invaluable because it's a permanent, dedicated source of water that will benefit the lake year after year."