Paint A Climate Issue: Regional Haze

Utah is home to what is known as “the mighty 5” national parks.” These include Bryce, Zion, Arches, Canyonlands, and Capitol Reef National Parks. Utahns across the state are extremely proud of their national parks, but with the great privilege of being home to these parks comes the great responsibility of keeping these national parks clean for everyone to continue to enjoy.

22 Years of Impact

What started as a group of concerned citizens coming together in Tooele to protect their community has grown to a collective of over 20,000 supporters from all parts of Utah. We would not be able to be where we are today if it weren’t for everyone who built this organization, set its course, kept us accountable and on track, and shared their resources to help bring our collective vision of a cleaner, healthier world ever closer.

Thank You, Myron!

With mixed emotions, we announce that Myron Willson, one of HEAL’s longtime board members, will retire from the board. While we are sad to see him go, we are so thankful for his years of dedicated service!


Thanks to constituents (like you!), Congress voted to extend the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA), a program that compensates nuclear weapons development and testing victims, by two years. This extension is a great first step to preserving and expanding RECA, but it still falls short.