Utah Water Watch Signs

    Utah Water Watch Signs

    Silly Sign

    Check out some of our water quality signs! Click on the sign name to see more about it.

    Logan RiverThis outdoor educational sign is located in front of the Stokes Nature Center along the Logan River.  It promotes Utah Water Watch and explains why monitoring water quality is important.  Visit the sign in person (map) or look at the graph below to track the data that Utah Water Watch volunteers are collecting at this site.

     

     

     

     

    Logan Sign graphFor more information on these parameters visit our USU Water Quality Extensionwebsite about What's In Your Water.  For more data from this site, visit our UWW Database and search for Tier 2 Stream and Site ID LOR-07-S.

    To find out more about the sign on the Logan River, read this article featured in Cache Valley Daily.

    You can also listen to this short podcast created by Utah Public Radio.

    Funding for this sign was provided by the iUTAH project

    This outdoor educational sign is located along the Bonneville Shoreline Trail at Red Butte Gardens.  It explains why monitoring water quality is important and provides information about the iUTAH project which is studying Red Butte Creek.

    Red Butte

    The iUTAH project is studying Red Butte Creek as part of a larger research project on water in Utah.  Scientists are interested in understanding the physical, biological, and social processes that influence water in Utah. Along Red Butte Creek a series of instruments monitor the water and the climate of the watershed.  Visit this iUTAH website to explore the data that scientists are collecting at Red Butte Creek. Live water and climate data can be downloaded and graphed from many sites across Utah using this iUTAH website.

    Visit the interactive map to see where the other outdoor educational signs are.  This project was funded by iUTAH.

    Provo River SignThis outdoor educational sign is located along the Provo River at the Cottonwood access site below Jordanelle Reservoir. The sign explains why monitoring water quality is important and provides information about Utah Water Watch and the iUTAH project who are monitoring the Provo River.

     

     

    Povo river sign graphUtah Water Watch volunteers collected this data at the sign location (map). For more information on these parameters visit our USU Water Quality Extension website about What's In Your Water.

    The iUTAH project is studying the Provo River as part of a larger research project on water in Utah.  Scientists are interested in understanding the physical, biological, and social processes that influence water in Utah. Along the Provo River a series of instruments monitor the water and the climate of the watershed.  Visit this iUTAH website to explore the high frequency water quality data that scientists are collecting at Provo River just upstream of the sign.

    Funding for this sign was provided by the iUTAH project.