Water is life: quality matters
Utah Water Week - May 7-13!
Celebrate Water Week and be a "H2O Hero". Events and posters will be displayed all over the state at local libraries to showcase and celebrate water.
UWW Volunteers will be collecting data during the week, and will be combined to show a synoptic survey of statewide water quality data. More information.
May 6th - Cedar City (9 - 1)
May 27th - Herriman (10:15 - 1)
July 19th - Roosevelt (9 - 12:30)
Partners all over the state are working together to improve Utah's watersheds for water quality, yield, habitat and other economic benefits. Check out Utah's Watershed Restoration Initiative video.
Become a Citizen Monitor
Join us for Utah Water Watch training provided throughout the state. We will be holding training for volunteers who help monitor local water bodies. Training includes basic information about watersheds, water quality and techniques used to monitor the health of our water. If interested, check out Utah Water Watch for more program information or the calendar for upcoming locations and dates.
Learn About Lakes
Check out our new webpage about lakes. Lakes have an interesting and complex ecology that changes with the seasons. Learn more about lake dynamics, aquatic ecology, harmful algal blooms and citizen monitoring here.