Water is Life: Quality Matters
November - Salt Lake County Watershed Symposium and Weber River Watershed Confluence
Learn more about the projects, monitoring and efforts in the Jordan and Weber watersheds at these two excellent events. The Salt Lake Symposium is free to the public and the Weber Confluence has a small fee. Find the agenda for the events in the links above.
Successful Natural Resources Field Days
Thanks to all the volunteers, teachers and organizers who made it that success. We look forward to the event every year!
Green Roof Display
Our previous staff and recent USU graduate, McKenna Drew, designed and implemented a green roof display on campus. The display is currently in operation and located at the SE corner of the QCNR building. McKenna is featured in the Utah State Today. Learn more about stormwater and ways to reduce your pollution impacts here.
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.