Sevier County Citizens for Clean Air and Water (SCCAW) was first organized first in 2002. We then became an official Utah 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation in 2005, and helped accelerate the concept of citizen activism to the central Utah area.
Our founding president, the late Jim Kennon, was a driving force behind our organization’s earliest efforts to keep our county a beautiful and healthy place to live and work by successfully blocking a short sighted coal fired power plant being built in our pristine valley. Currently, Dick Cumiskey serves as our president and acting director with a governing board of directors consisting of six residents of Sevier County.
We are a dedicated and passionate Citizen’s activist group with some very smart people involved. Stay in Touch! Simply enter your email address below:
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SCCAW is currently meeting monthly in the lower level of the Sevier County Administration building, located at 250 North Main Street in Richfield, Utah. On the third Thursday evening of each month at 7pm, the group convenes to discuss business at hand and current events.
Advancing Clean Air and Water Cause in Utah
If you or your group is interested in having a representative of SCCAW speak at one of your events, we would like you to know about the SCCAW Speakers Bureau which is available at no cost to your organization (with reasonable travel considered).
An address to your group or organization can be tailored to suit the specific need you may have and will be scheduled at a place and time of your choosing. It is assumed that reasonable considerations for travel and accommodation are arranged as is convenient.
Generally, the SCCAW speakers bureau requires planning and booking a minimum of six weeks in advance of your scheduled event. The links immediately above are available for this purpose.
SCCAW presently works with other conservation organizations to help advance the cause of clean air and water throughout Utah and the inter-mountain west.