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QuickBooks classes kick off tomorrow through USU’s SPARC in Blanding. Last chance to register today.

  • Posted On: 5/25/21 at 10:00 AM
  • Category: Economic Development
Learn from a certified expert on how Intuit's QuickBooks can streamline your business accounting. SPARC in Blanding offer classes now.

Small Businesses who paid quarantined workers out for Covid-19 related reasons can be reimbursed through Utah Labor Commission grants. 

  • Posted On: 5/24/21 at 11:28 AM
  • Category: Economic Development
If you paid employees out with Covid-19 or while they were quarantining or caring for family members, Utah's Labor Commission has funding to reimburse you.

SPARC may be just what you need to ignite a successful business venture in San Juan County

  • Posted On: 5/18/21 at 11:00 AM
  • Category: Economic Development
Sometimes a good business idea can use a little SPARC to get the fire going.

Check this page for articles published about Utah's Canyon Country. Professional travel writers may contact us about opportunities for press trips. 

We are pleased to host writers with strong credentials and assignments to write about activities or attractions within southeastern Utah. For more details contact the staff at Utah's Canyon Country.

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Virtual Travel & Adventure Show finds its place in COVID-19 reality

  • Posted On: 1/5/21 at 09:33 AM
  • Category: Utah's Canyon Country
Adjusting to the COVID-19 reality Utah's Canyon Country goes Virtual for Travel and Adventure shows.

The Art of Supporting Utah Artists

  • Posted On: 8/7/20 at 08:21 AM
  • Category: Utah's Canyon Country
Here’s a look at six local artists whose work draws upon Utah’s diverse environments as inspiration.

Between River and Rock Utah Life Magazine Feature

  • Posted On: 6/22/20 at 05:04 PM
  • Category: Utah's Canyon Country
Bluff has been home to ancient farmers, rugged pioneers and an eclectic mix of sandstone-stirred individuals.

Check this page for our office's annual and quarterly reports. 

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2020 Tourism Year in Review

  • Posted On: 1/26/21 at 03:00 PM
  • Category: Annual & Quarterly Report
Natalie Randall, outgoing director of San Juan County Economic Development and Visitors Services reviews 2020 for tourism and business in the county.

Q4: Quarterly Newsletter, December 2020

  • Posted On: 12/14/20 at 04:25 PM
  • Category: Annual & Quarterly Report
The 2020 fourth quarter newsletter. Released December 14, 2020.

COVID Business Sentiment April 2020

  • Posted On: 4/18/20 at 04:32 PM
  • Category: Annual & Quarterly Report
Business sentiment during COVID-19 published April 2020.

Watch this page for local San Juan County businesses. We will showcase how businesses have used funding sources, business best practices, unique business models, and the overall business community in San Juan County. See how we are #SanJuanStrong 

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Glamping Canyonlands: Luxury camping in Dry Valley

  • Posted On: 3/22/21 at 05:01 PM
  • Category: Business Features, Economic Development
This is not what comes to mind when you think of tent camping. Glamping Canyonlands is taking the concept to a new level in San Juan County.

Don’t just drive by Hole N’ ‘The Rock. Where else in San Juan County can you feed a Camel?

  • Posted On: 3/17/21 at 03:30 PM
  • Category: Business Features, Economic Development
Admit it. You've driven by it a hundred times and have been dying to see the inside of Hole N' 'The Rock. This is one very unique attraction and a great collection of Four Corners history.

USU Blanding Small Business Development Center hosting Small Business Roundtable Thursday afternoon

  • Posted On: 1/16/21 at 02:15 PM
  • Category: Business Features, Economic Development
Business owners can meet representatives of the Small Business Administration and Senator Romney's Office at a Roundtable discussion Jan 21st, and you don't have to even leave home!

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