Help out an autumn newbie

I live in SW Utah, zone 6 or 10 depending on the map I look at. It's confusing.
I need to go out and torch the weeds in my garden and start for fall.
What would be a good itinerary?
Torch weeds Till Fill with organic stuff Make sure irrigation is in place Cultivate mounds and rows
What about plants to plant now for winter. I got grapes, raspberries, peach trees (2), nectarine tree, almond trees (2) apple tree.
I know I need to just go to the library and local nursery, as they have these things in stock at the proper times. They have been super helpful when I've gone there before, therefore stealing the business from Star, the local supermarket nursery.
Help me through this first fall..............
Steve
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I imagine you follow procedure.. clean out the underbrush/overgrown areas, get a nice seedbed (if you have good soil, maybe that doesn't include tilling), put your seeds in. What kind of winters do you get? Some nice skiing in Utah - in places.
You can look up winter gardening or cool season gardening - if you read everything that google pulls up you'll be ready to retire 'afore you're through..!
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